Definición de ephemeral en inglés:


Silabificación: e·phem·er·al
Pronunciación: /əˈfem(ə)rəl



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  • An ephemeral plant.
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    • However, the spring ephemerals and plants that flower during the spring are often difficult to identify when flowers are not present, and cannot reliably be identified late in the growing season.
    • Wildflowers that grow beneath the canopy include so-called spring ephemerals - plants that usually come up in early April, bloom no later than the end of May, set seeds in May or June, and disappear by July.
    • Seasonal changes in understory species from spring ephemerals to evergreen herbs are discussed in a number of contexts throughout the book.



Pronunciación: /əˌfeməˈralitē/
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  • There are many passages in which Woolf seems concerned to indicate the simultaneous stasis and ephemerality of the moment through a concentrated documentation of sounds and overheard voices.
  • He has crafted a plot based on the principle of ephemerality, of transience, of allowing a dream to exist only to have it withdrawn.
  • The technological ephemerality of this medium means that we will not have the luxury of stumbling across these intimate mementoes in 100 years' time.


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  • These people have indeed wrestled the zeitgeist, but their code, for the most part, is not fundamental: it is ephemerally contemporary.
  • None of this will matter once everything is digitized and it's all ephemerally available on demand for some micropayment.
  • Occasionally, it's very good, but a lot of it, like this, is banal in concept, timid in presentation and ephemerally unmemorable.


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  • She has bitterly resigned herself to the ephemeralness of love with an eccentric and peripatetic young Dutchman.


late 16th century: from Greek ephēmeros (see ephemera) + -al.

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