Significado de “perpetual” - Diccionario inglés

perpetual en inglés británico

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perpetualadjective

uk /pəˈpetʃ.u.əl/ us /pɚˈpetʃ.u.əl/

continuing for ever in the same way:

They lived in perpetual fear of being discovered.
He has hard, cold eyes and his mouth is set in a perpetual sneer.
a perpetual student

often repeated:

perpetual vandalism

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

perpetual en inglés americano

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perpetualadjective [ not gradable ]

us /pərˈpetʃ·u·əl/

continuing forever, or happening all the time:

They lived in perpetual fear of being discovered.
She resented his perpetual complaining about her cooking.
perpetually
adverb [ not gradable ] us /pərˈpetʃ·u·ə·li/

She is perpetually late.

(Definición de perpetual de Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

perpetual en inglés de negocios

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perpetualadjective

uk /pəˈpetʃuəl/ us

FINANCE used to describe a bond or other investment that pays interest for ever:

CP issued £88 million of perpetual bonds from 1889 onward.

(Definición de perpetual de Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)