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permanent / permanente
 
permanent   [ˈpɜ:mənənt]
A. -adjective
1. (=fixed, unchangeable)   [limp]   permanente   [damage]   irreparable   [finish on steel]   inalterable
·we cannot make any permanent [arrangements]
·no podemos arreglar las cosas de modo definitivo
·on a permanent [basis]
·de forma permanente
·he has become a permanent fixture in her life
·se ha convertido en una figura permanente en su vida
2. (=stable, lasting)   [job]   estable,   fijo   [relationship]   estable
·they have made their permanent home in Paris
·se han establecido de forma permanente en Paraguayínoun
·I'masculine not permanent here
(in job)   no estoy fijo aquí
3. (=constant)   continuo,   permanente
·I lived in a permanent state of fear
·vivía en un estado de miedo continuo or permanente
B. -noun
(United States)   perm  
C. -compound
·permanent [address]   -noun   domicilio (m) permanente
·permanent magnet   -noun   imánoun (m) permanente
·Permanent [Secretary]   -noun
(British, Great Britain)   (administration)   Secretario (m) / Secretaria (f)
·permanent [staff]   -noun   personal (m) de plantilla
·Permanent [Under-secretary]   -noun
(British, Great Britain)   (administration)   Subsecretario (m) / Subsecretaria (f)
·permanent [wave]   -noun   permanente (f)
 
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