Translation of perpetual in Spanish:

perpetual

Pronunciation: /pərˈpetʃuəl; pəˈpetjʊəl/

adj

  • [problem/nuisance] eterno, perpetuo she had a perpetual scowl on her face tenía el ceño fruncido permanentemente perpetual calendar calendario (m) perpetuo perpetual motion movimiento (m) continuo perpetual student eterno estudiante, eterna estudiante (m,f)
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    • Now he took his anger out on all three of them, including Summer, whose poor grades and frequent partying were perpetual sources of disappointment.
    • Many of the small and shrinking group of health researchers in Pakistan work in a state of perpetual despondency, frequently with little access to policymakers and planners.
    • Meanwhile, there remained that perpetual money question.

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