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a. Lasting an indefinitely long time; enduring: an author's perennial popularity among children.
b. Appearing again and again or year after year; recurrent: a perennial contender for the championship. See Synonyms at continual.
2. Botany Living three or more years.
3. Lasting or active throughout the year: a perennial stream.
1. Botany A perennial plant.
2. Something that recurs or seems to recur on a yearly or continual basis: "that hardy perennial, the budget deficit" (David S. Broder).
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|Adv.||1.||perennially - in a perennial manner; repeatedly; "We want to know what is perennially new about the world"|
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perennially[pəˈrenɪəlɪ] ADV → perennemente, constantemente
they are perennially short of staff → les falta personal constantemente
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