eternalise


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eternalise


Past participle: eternalised
Gerund: eternalising

Imperative
eternalise
eternalise
Present
I eternalise
you eternalise
he/she/it eternalises
we eternalise
you eternalise
they eternalise
Preterite
I eternalised
you eternalised
he/she/it eternalised
we eternalised
you eternalised
they eternalised
Present Continuous
I am eternalising
you are eternalising
he/she/it is eternalising
we are eternalising
you are eternalising
they are eternalising
Present Perfect
I have eternalised
you have eternalised
he/she/it has eternalised
we have eternalised
you have eternalised
they have eternalised
Past Continuous
I was eternalising
you were eternalising
he/she/it was eternalising
we were eternalising
you were eternalising
they were eternalising
Past Perfect
I had eternalised
you had eternalised
he/she/it had eternalised
we had eternalised
you had eternalised
they had eternalised
Future
I will eternalise
you will eternalise
he/she/it will eternalise
we will eternalise
you will eternalise
they will eternalise
Future Perfect
I will have eternalised
you will have eternalised
he/she/it will have eternalised
we will have eternalised
you will have eternalised
they will have eternalised
Future Continuous
I will be eternalising
you will be eternalising
he/she/it will be eternalising
we will be eternalising
you will be eternalising
they will be eternalising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been eternalising
you have been eternalising
he/she/it has been eternalising
we have been eternalising
you have been eternalising
they have been eternalising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been eternalising
you will have been eternalising
he/she/it will have been eternalising
we will have been eternalising
you will have been eternalising
they will have been eternalising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been eternalising
you had been eternalising
he/she/it had been eternalising
we had been eternalising
you had been eternalising
they had been eternalising
Conditional
I would eternalise
you would eternalise
he/she/it would eternalise
we would eternalise
you would eternalise
they would eternalise
Past Conditional
I would have eternalised
you would have eternalised
he/she/it would have eternalised
we would have eternalised
you would have eternalised
they would have eternalised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.eternalise - make famous forever; "This melody immortalized its composer"
alter, change, modify - cause to change; make different; cause a transformation; "The advent of the automobile may have altered the growth pattern of the city"; "The discussion has changed my thinking about the issue"
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The people who work their souls out and farm the land and build the estates, they are the ones who create the glory of those history eternalise.
as if to render in perpetuity an idea, to eternalise a subject.
Dubai A skyline crammed with magnificent glass structures, plush shopping arcades where fashion aficionados swoop down from world over, bustling nightclubs and suave pubs that eternalise nightlife, pristine beaches and desert resorts where semi-nude men and women get cozy under the splendid sun.