słownik portugalsko - angielski

português - English

permanente po angielsku:

1. permanent

A permanent is extra.
Permanent peace is nothing but an illusion.
I hope their relationship will blossom into something permanent.
I'm hopeless at ironing so I buy permanent press clothes.
Power is temporary, Style is permanent...
Liberty, as we all know, cannot flourish in a country that is permanently on a war footing, or even a near war footing. Permanent crisis justifies permanent control of everybody and everything by the agencies of central government.
His permanent tooth is coming in behind his baby tooth.
EU finance ministers agreed on a permanent support system for distressed eurozone countries on Monday.
Nowadays, there are still a few groups of people in different parts of the world who do not have permanent homes.
Young people are in a condition like permanent intoxication, because youth is sweet and they are growing.
Instead of being here to work, you get the sense that he's simply a permanent fixture here.
I’ll help you now, but you must find a permanent solution to your problem.
Pauline’s job in the café isn’t permanent; it’s only for the summer.
Is it better to have boring but permanent job for life or a number of short-term jobs that you love?

2. perennial

Lack of resources has been a perennial problem since the beginning.
The way of bringing up the children is a perennial source of conflict between them
Water is a perennial enemy of fire
I have perennial herbs in my garden.
Roses are perennials, which means that they flower year after year. As a student I faced the perennial problem of not having enough money.
Even at the old-timers games, Stan Musial would get the loudest cheer: he was a perennial favorite of the fans there.
Roses and geraniums are perennials, flowering year after year.
Noise is a perennial problem.
... they're the world's largest perennial herbs.