Definition of 'immortal'
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You will not end up with immortal people. Times, Sunday Times (2013)You become immortal, unless a pointy stick is applied to you with force. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It's a small price to pay to become immortal. Times, Sunday Times (2010)You can't get one of those cars out of second gear unless you feel immortal. Times, Sunday Times (2007)And see his good deeds springing from the wound, to sow the world with life immortal! A Christmas Carol (1843)But there's no doubt medical science will take us to the point where we almost become immortal. The Sun (2010)Grown in tissue culture, they become "immortal" in that they will divide indefinitely if they have sufficient nutrients. Understanding Cancer (1987)Three points today, and the line-up would become immortal. Times, Sunday Times (2012)When we are young, of course, we all feel immortal. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Contains the immortal line: 'You need to be a good listener. The Sun (2012)I would have become immortal. Times, Sunday Times (2006)If you wear odd clothes, have an upsetting laugh or dare to answer back, you will become immortal. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He stared out at the assembled media and uttered the immortal phrase: 'We have lost a game we should have won. The Sun (2007)I've been trying to get across that they're not the immortal people we think they are. The Sun (2009)
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Translations for 'immortal'
British English: immortal ADJECTIVE
Someone or something that is immortal is famous and likely to be remembered for a long time.
It is an immortal love story.
Definition of immortal from the Collins English Dictionary
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