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"everlasting" in British English

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everlastingadjective

uk   /ˌev.əˈlɑː.stɪŋ/ us   /ˌev.ɚˈlæs.tɪŋ/
lasting forever or for a long time: I wish someone would invent an everlasting light bulb. Their contributions to science have earned them an everlasting place in history.
(Definition of everlasting from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"everlasting" in American English

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everlastingadjective [not gradable]

us   /ˌev·ərˈlæs·tɪŋ/
lasting forever, or continuing for a long time: To his everlasting credit, he’s the only one who said it was wrong.
(Definition of everlasting from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “everlasting”
in Arabic خالِد, دائم…
in Korean 영원한…
in Portuguese eterno, interminável…
in Catalan perdurable, etern…
in Japanese 不滅の…
in Chinese (Simplified) 永久的, 永恒的…
in Turkish ölümsüz, sonsuza dek, ebedî…
in Russian вечный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 永久的, 永恆的…
in Italian eterno…
in Polish wieczny…
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