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indefinite

adjective /inˈdefinit/
not fixed or exact; without clearly marked outlines or limits
indefinido
She invited her mother to stay for an indefinite length of time.
vague; uncertain
indefinido
His plans are indefinite at the moment.
indefiniteness noun
indefinición, cualidad de indefinido
indefinitely adverb for an indefinite period of time
indefinidamente
The match was postponed indefinitely.
indefinite article noun (linguistics ) the name given to the words a and an.
artículo indefinido
(Definition of indefinite from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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