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infinite

adjective
 
 
/ˈɪnfɪnət/
GREAT extremely large or great: She took infinite care with the painting.Unlimited
NO END without limits or without an end: God's power is infinite.Unlimited
Translations of “infinite”
in Korean 무한한…
in Arabic بِلا نِهاية…
in French infini…
in Turkish pek çok, sayısız, sonsuz…
in Italian infinito…
in Chinese (Traditional) 無限的,無邊的, 極大的…
in Russian бесконечный, безграничный, беспредельный…
in Polish ogromny, nieskończony…
in Spanish infinito…
in Portuguese infinito…
in German unendlich, ungeheuer…
in Catalan infinit…
in Japanese 無限の…
in Chinese (Simplified) 无限的,无边的, 极大的…
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