Portuguese translation of 'forever'
1. para sempre
2. (a long time) muito tempo, um tempão (inf)
he's forever forgetting my name ele vive esquecendo o meu nome
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Oh, let me come soon to that safe haven where I shall mark time forever.CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2001)
Despite what the Dog had told her, the Charter certainly seemed to go on forever, without Beginning or End.LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2001)
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'forever' in Other Languages
British English: forever /fɔːˈrɛvə; fə-/ ADVERB
Something that will happen or continue forever will always happen or continue.
It was great fun but we knew it wouldn't go on forever.
- American English: forever
- Arabic: إلَى الأَبَد
- Brazilian Portuguese: eternamente
- Chinese: 永远
- Croatian: zauvijek
- Czech: navždy
- Danish: for altid
- Dutch: voorgoed
- European Spanish: para siempre
- Finnish: ikuisesti
- French: toujours
- German: immer
- Greek: παντοτινά
- Italian: per sempre
- Japanese: 永久に
- Korean: 영원히
- Norwegian: for alltid
- Polish: na zawsze
- European Portuguese: eternamente
- Romanian: pentru totdeauna
- Russian: всегда
- Spanish: para siempre
- Swedish: för alltid
- Thai: ตลอดไป
- Turkish: ebediyen
- Ukrainian: назавжди
- Vietnamese: mãi mãi
Translation of forever from the Collins English to Portuguese Dictionary