Significado de “ceaseless” - en el Diccionario Inglés

ceaseless en inglés

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uk /ˈsiːs.ləs/ us /ˈsiːs.ləs/ formal
adverb uk /ˈsiːs.lə us /ˈsiːs.lə

Examples from literature

  • Between these, a boy and a girl, a ceaseless war of words was waged from morning to night. 
  • Her tongue ran in ceaseless chatter. 
  • Night was fast settling upon the low flat banks of the stream, and nothing stirred, save the ceaseless ripple of the river. 
  • Round it passes a ceaseless stream of people, coming and going, gazing at their Duke. 
  • The ceaseless, laughing stream of citizens passed him by. 

(Definición de ceaseless del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

ceaseless en inglés americano

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ceaselessadjective [ not gradable ]

us /ˈsis·ləs/

continuing without ever stopping:

When a baby becomes ill there can be ceaseless crying.
adverb [ not gradable ] /ˈsis·lə·sli/

She worked ceaselessly for change.

(Definición de ceaseless del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)