Definición de eternal en inglés:

eternal

Saltos de línea: eter|nal
Pronunciación: /ɪˈtəːn(ə)l
 
, iː-/

adjetivo

1Lasting or existing forever; without end: the secret of eternal youth fear of eternal damnation
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  • Then the soul is sent either to heaven to enjoy the fruits of a decent life or condemned to eternal hell and damnation forever.
  • And what are the words to this spell that confers eternal youth and an infinite capacity for self-renewal?
  • The idea of an omniscient, eternal, and infinite being, for example, could not be like anything the senses encountered.
Sinónimos
1.1(Of truths, values, or questions) valid for all time; essentially unchanging: eternal truths of art and life
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  • The loss of objectivity leads us to question the existence of eternal or perennial truths.
  • We can sometimes forget in the modern era that some eternal truths remain unchanged; rugby is a game for hard men and hard-nosed men.
  • History was endlessly revised to make the present look like a confirmation of eternal, unchanging truths.
1.2 informal Seeming to last or persist forever, especially on account of being tedious or annoying: eternal nagging demands she is an eternal optimist
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  • Or are Americans simply this world's eternal optimists?
  • I'm an eternal cautious optimist though, and I can't be what I'm not.
  • This is something you see very rarely in football and you would have to be the most eternal optimist to think 3-0 down was a platform for victory.
Sinónimos
2Used to emphasize expressions of admiration, gratitude, etc. to his eternal credit, he maintained his dignity throughout
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  • I can't afford to pay anything, but you'll have my eternal gratitude and maybe I could knit you something.
  • I'm afraid that there wouldn't be anything in it for you other than maybe a few beers and my eternal gratitude, but I'm hoping someone will take pity on me.
  • Parents accept this is not the fault of the doctors or nurses, who inspire loyalty and eternal gratitude for the excellent treatment children receive.
3 (the Eternal) Used to refer to an everlasting or universal spirit, as represented by God: a man entirely under the sway of the Eternal and not of the material
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  • According to Irenaeus he claimed to have appeared in Samaria as the Father, in Judea as the Son, and among the heathen as the Holy Ghost, a manifestation of the Eternal.
  • There is no god but He, the Living, the Eternal, Supporter of all.
  • The Eternal which resides in the atman should be known.

Origen

late Middle English: via Old French from late Latin aeternalis, from Latin aeternus, from aevum 'age'.

Frases

the Eternal City

A name for the city of Rome.

eternal life

Christian Theology Spiritual existence after death of the body: the belief in eternal life
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  • According to this view, Jesus' death made salvation and eternal life possible for others.
  • I felt at peace because God had forgiven me, and my life had a purpose and the promise of eternal life in heaven.
  • Biblically, eternal life and the resurrection of the body are essentially the same thing.

eternal triangle

see triangle (sense 2).
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  • Clearly Hare's aim is to offer more than a few elegant variations on the eternal triangle.
  • The eternal triangle can endlessly renew itself, placing new people into the same deadly relationships.
  • It is a sort of a menage a trois, or another twist on the eternal triangle.

Derivativos

eternality

Pronunciación: /ɪˌtəːˈnalɪti, iː-/
sustantivo
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  • Sweden's remarkable literary jury has for the second consecutive year held up a mirror to the values and politics of our times while honoring the eternality of great art.
  • Reflecting on the many attributes of God - his eternality, omniscience and omnipotence; his holiness and sinless purity; his love and mercy - should draw from us supreme praise and worship.
  • The covenant which God made with Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob promised two things to their descendants: the eternality of the Jewish people and the Land of Israel.

eternalize

(also eternalise) verbo
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  • Instead, love is immortalized and eternalized through death.
  • The cathedrals of the Middle Ages would never have been built if Christianity had asked itself why it had the right to claim exclusive truth for its faith by eternalizing it in stone.
  • Portraits of deceased relatives eternalized their image and memory and provided a way to ‘mitigate death's finality through art.’

eternalness

sustantivo
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  • Petrarch never attains the sense of eternalness essential for the construction of a stable self.
  • At a level that you don't even consciously understand, you understand the eternalness of your being.

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