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permanent

  

      adj  
   [state, ban, solution]   permanent (e)     
a permanent solution to the problem      une solution permanente au problème  
I began to live in an almost permanent state of fear.      J'ai commencé à vivre dans un état de peur presque permanent.  
→ The ban is intended to be permanent.        
to be in a permanent relationship      entretenir une relation suivie avec quelqu'un  
→ `Making this decision is a lot harder when you're in a permanent relationship. We've been married for five years,        
She's in a permanent relationship but she isn't married.      Elle entretient une relation suivie avec quelqu'un mais elle n'est pas mariée.  
to cause permanent damage        (to health)    provoquer des dommages permanents  
to cause permanent brain damage      provoquer des lésions cérébrales permanentes  
→ Some drugs taken in large quantities cause permanent brain damage.        
   [job, position, worker]   permanent, en CDI  
I'm not permanent here.      Je ne suis pas en CDI ici.  
→ I'm not permanent here, I'm on a 6-month contract.        
   [dye, ink]   indélébile  
    permanent address  


permanent address  
      n   adresse    f   habituelle  
→ a driver's license that must show a permanent address        
→ You need to give your permanent address.        
permanent wave   old-fashioned  
      n   minivague    f  
Translation English - French Collins Dictionary  
permanent adj.
permanent

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Collaborative Dictionary     English-French
n.
indélébile
[Med.]
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'permanent' also found in translations in French-English dictionary
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[Bus.]
exp.
permanent snow
n.
permanent load
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Permanent Court
n.
permanent order
n.
permanent credit
n.
permanent assets
[Bus.]
n.
permanent income
[Bus.]
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