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per·ma·nent

 (pûr′mə-nənt)
adj.
1. Lasting or remaining without essential change: "the universal human yearning for something permanent, enduring, without shadow of change" (Willa Cather).
2. Not expected to change in status, condition, or place: a permanent address; permanent secretary to the president.
n.
Any of several long-lasting hair styles usually achieved by chemical applications that straighten, curl, or wave the hair.

[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin permanēns, permanent-, present participle of permanēre, to endure : per-, throughout; see per- + manēre, to remain; see men- in Indo-European roots.]

per′ma·nent·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.permanently - for a long time without essential change; "he is permanently disabled"
temporarily - for a limited time only; not permanently; "he will work here temporarily"; "he was brought out of retirement temporarily"; "a power failure temporarily darkened the town"

permanently

Translations
بِشَكْلٍ دَائِمبصورَةٍ دائِمَه
stáletrvale
permanent
pysyvästi
stalno
varanlega
永久に
영구히
trajno
permanent
อย่างถาวร
một cách lâu dài

permanently

[ˈpɜːmənəntlɪ] ADV [live, go away, come back] → permanentemente; [damage] → irreparablemente, de forma permanente; [stain, disqualify, ban] → para siempre
the accident left him permanently brain-damagedel accidente le produjo un daño cerebral irreparable, el accidente le dejó dañado el cerebro para siempre
his face seemed to be permanently fixed in a scowlparecía tener siempre el ceño fruncido
he is permanently drunkestá siempre or permanentemente borracho

permanently

[ˈpɜːrmənəntli] adv
[affect] → définitivement
to leave sb permanently disabled → laisser qn définitivement handicapé
to be permanently damaged [organ, faculty] → être définitivement endommagé; [person] → souffrir de lésions permanentes
Children are being permanently damaged by malnutrition → Les enfants souffrent de lésions permanentes dues à la malnutrition.
to be permanently injured → être estropié
to scar sb permanently (fig) [experience] → laisser des traces indélébiles chez qn
[stay] → de façon permanente
My wife and children are staying there permanently → Ma femme et mes enfants y résident de façon permanente.
[locked] → en permanencepermanent wave (old-fashioned) nminivague f

permanently

adv
permanent, ständig; fixedfest; damagebleibend; changeständig; a permanently depressing effecteine anhaltend deprimierende Wirkung; permanently employedfest angestellt; permanently glued togetherdauerhaft verbunden; permanently pleated skirtRock mit Dauerfalten; are you living permanently in Frankfurt?ist Frankfurt Ihr fester or ständiger Wohnsitz?
(= constantly) closeddauernd; tireddauernd, ständig; angryständig

permanently

[ˈpɜːmənəntlɪ] adv (stay, leave) → definitivamente
he is permanently drunk → è perennemente ubriaco

permanent

(ˈpəːmənənt) adjective
lasting; not temporary. After many years of travelling, they made a permanent home in England.
ˈpermanently adverb
ˈpermanence noun
permanent wave noun
(usually abbreviated to perm (pəːm) ) a wave or curl put into a person's hair by a special process and usually lasting for several months.

permanently

بِشَكْلٍ دَائِم trvale permanent fortwährend μόνιμα permanentemente pysyvästi en permanence stalno permanentemente 永久に 영구히 permanent bestandig stale permanentemente постоянно permanent อย่างถาวร kalıcı bir şekilde một cách lâu dài 永存地
References in classic literature ?
"I believe you will accept the post I offer you," said he, "and hold it for a while: not permanently, though: any more than I could permanently keep the narrow and narrowing--the tranquil, hidden office of English country incumbent; for in your nature is an alloy as detrimental to repose as that in mine, though of a different kind."
It is seldom that anything is permanently gained by holding back a fact.
But all these are permanently lodged in their fleshy covering, as the human fingers in an artificial covering.
And though an intimate intercourse under the same government will promote a gradual assimilation in some of these respects, yet there are causes, as well physical as moral, which may, in a greater or less degree, permanently nourish different propensities and inclinations in this respect.
Or even if they kept it permanently, they might not consider it necessary to guard it, and a chance of escape might be afforded us.
Meantime the old salt ("ex-coasting skipper" was writ large all over his person) had hobbled up alongside in his bumpy, shiny boots, and, waving an arm, short and thick like the flipper of a seal, terminated by a paw red as an uncooked beef-steak, addressed the poop in a muffled, faint, roaring voice, as if a sample of every North-Sea fog of his life had been permanently lodged in his throat: "Haul 'em round, Mr.
ALL the inhabitants of the valley treated me with great kindness; but as to the household of Marheyo, with whom I was now permanently domiciled, nothing could surpass their efforts to minister to my comfort.
It is a land where no man permanently abides; for, in certain seasons of the year there is no food either for the hunter or his steed.
She had been solicited, when about two-and-twenty, to change her name, by the young man, who not long afterwards found a more willing mind in her younger sister; and Lady Russell had lamented her refusal; for Charles Musgrove was the eldest son of a man, whose landed property and general importance were second in that country, only to Sir Walter's, and of good character and appearance; and however Lady Russell might have asked yet for something more, while Anne was nineteen, she would have rejoiced to see her at twenty-two so respectably removed from the partialities and injustice of her father's house, and settled so permanently near herself.
The cows jumped wildly over the five-barred barton-gate, maddened by the gad-fly; Dairyman Crick kept his shirt-sleeves permanently rolled up from Monday to Saturday; open windows had no effect in ventilation without open doors, and in the dairy-garden the blackbirds and thrushes crept about under the currant-bushes, rather in the manner of quadrupeds than of winged creatures.
As few of the family's members had ever been known to live permanently away from Blackburg, although most of them were educated elsewhere and nearly all had traveled, there was quite a number of them.
I rode my wheel more, chiefly because it was permanently out of pawn; and I boxed and fenced, walked on my hands, jumped high and broad, put the shot and tossed the caber, and went swimming.

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