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endless
American English: /ˈɛn(d)ləs/
British English: /ˈɛndləs/

Translation of endless in Spanish:

adjective

  • 1 1.1
    (journey/meeting)
    (plain/patience)
    sin límites
    (resources)
    sin límites
    (chatter/complaining)
    the days seemed endless to me
    los días se me hacían eternos or interminables
    Example sentences
    • Instead of spending our time on crafting quality content, we waste it with endless bickering.
    • This endless commuting could be wasting your children's precious time with you, as much as yours with them.
    • I leaned across the white metal railing and stared out into the endless blue green ocean.
    1.2 (innumerable) endless attempts
    innumerables intentos (masculine plural)
    (una) infinidad or un sinnúmero or un sinfín de intentos
    the possibilities are endless
    las posibilidades son infinitas
    hay (una) infinidad de posibilidades
    Example sentences
    • It has stared at us from countless front pages and endless news bulletins.
    • Every day doesn't have to be an endless stream of cigarettes and magazines.
    • There were a multitude of stalls and an endless number of tractors on display.
  • 2 (Technology)
    (chain/belt/cable)
    sin fin invariable adjective
    Example sentences
    • Shaking his head, the medic turned his attention to the next link in an endless chain.
    • An endless belt ran out from the bottom of the pile and into the boat for loading.
    • A Flemish string can be twisted far more than an endless loop type.

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