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American English: /ˈɪnfənət/
British English: /ˈɪnfɪnɪt/

Translation of infinite in Spanish:


  • 1.1 (limitless)
    Example sentences
    • Since one can't draw a space/object of infinite size then one does the best to represent it.
    • We live on a tiny planet in a corner of a vast galaxy starred about with infinite space.
    • Since there's not an infinite amount of money, we have to choose.
    1.2 (great, extreme)
    she took infinite pains over the meal
    puso el mayor de los esmeros en preparar la comida
    Example sentences
    • Trust me, an infinite amount of people ask me what camera I use, and the advertising is surely worth more money than a measly 300 bucks or so.
    • Given the infinite amount of stuff out there it's pointless to pretend that you can experience it all, but I think it's wrong to not be bothered and just ignore it all.
    • Now, being able to look at my toes while standing upright will have absolutely no use of course, but it will give me an infinite amount of satisfaction.


  • the infinite
    Example sentences
    • At the same time, there was an exhilarating account of the infinite in Georg Cantor's set theory.
    • He discusses the infinite, distinguishing between the potentially infinite and the actual infinite.
    • It is more complicated than the other axioms, and involves the infinite in a fundamental way.

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