forever

  • 1 Forever — Forever, etymologically, comes simply from for and ever (in its original sense of always ).Forever may also refer to:In music:Albums: * 4Ever (album), compilation album by Hilary Duff * , compilation album by The Charlatans * Forever (Beautiful… …

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  • 2 Forever — (2000) Studioalbum von Spice Girls Veröffentlichung 6. November 2000 Label Virgin …

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  • 3 Forever — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Forever es una película de la directora peruano holandesa Heddy Honigmann. La película se presentó en la edición de 2006 del Festival de San Sebastián y resultó ganadora del Gran Premio Punto de Vista en la tercera… …

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  • 4 Forever — Студийный альбом …

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  • 5 forever — UK [fərˈevə(r)] / US [fərˈevər] or for ever UK / US adverb ** 1) for all time in the future, or for as long as you can imagine They promised to love each other forever. 2) informal for a long time, usually longer than you would like The film… …

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  • 6 Forever — For*ev er (f[o^]r*[e^]v [ e]r), adv. [For, prep. + ever.] 1. Through eternity; through endless ages; eternally. [1913 Webster] 2. At all times; always. [1913 Webster] Note: In England, for and ever are usually written and printed as two separate… …

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  • 7 forever — [adv1] for all time; everlasting always, durably, endlessly, enduringly, eternally, evermore, everything considered*, for always, forevermore, for good*, for keeps*, for life*, immortally, infinitely, in perpetuity, in perpetuum, interminably,… …

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  • 8 forever — index chronic, now and forever, perpetuity Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 9 forever — (adv.) late 14c., for ever; from FOR (Cf. for) + EVER (Cf. ever). One word from late 17c …

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  • 10 forever — ► ADVERB 1) (also for ever) for all future time. 2) a very long time. 3) continually …

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  • 11 forever — [fôr ev′ər, fərev′ər] adv. 1. for eternity; for always; endlessly 2. at all times; always n. Informal a period of time that seems to have no end …

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  • 12 Forever 21 — Infobox Company company type = Privately Held Company company name = Forever 21, Inc. company foundation = 1984 location = Los Angeles, California, USA 90057 [ [http://biz.yahoo.com/ic/103/103504.html Company Profile] ] key people = Do Won (Don)… …

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  • 13 Forever — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Le mot anglais forever, signifiant pour toujours, peut faire référence à divers films, séries télévisées, ou œuvres musicales. Cinéma Forever est un film… …

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  • 14 forever — [[t]fəre̱və(r)[/t]] (The spelling for ever is also used for meanings 1, 2, and 3.) 1) ADV: ADV with v If you say that something will happen or continue forever, you mean that it will always happen or continue. I think that we will live together… …

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  • 15 forever — for|ev|er S3 also for ever BrE [fərˈevə US ər] adv 1.) for all future time ▪ I wanted that moment to last forever . ▪ Many valuable works of art were lost forever. 2.) especially spoken for a very long time ▪ Once built, stone walls last forever …

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  • 16 forever — for|ev|er [ fər evər ] adverb ** 1. ) for all time in the future, or for as long as you can imagine: They promised to love each other forever. a ) forever and ever for now and all time in the future: used for emphasis, especially by children or… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 17 forever — /fərˈɛvə/ (say fuhr evuh) adverb 1. eternally; without ever ending: to last forever. 2. continually; incessantly: he s forever complaining. 3. finally and permanently: to go away forever. –phrase 4. forever and a day, forever; eternally. 5.… …

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  • 18 forever — /fawr ev euhr, feuhr /, adv. 1. without ever ending; eternally: to last forever. 2. continually; incessantly; always: He s forever complaining. 3. forever and a day, eternally; always: They pledged to love each other forever and a day. n. 4. an… …

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  • 19 forever — 1. adverb /fəɹˈɛvə,fəɹˈɛvɚ/ a) for all time, for all eternity; for an infinite amount of time. I shall love you forever. b) for a very long time, an eternity. We had to wait forever to get inside …

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  • 20 forever — I. adverb Date: circa 1500 1. for a limitless time < wants to live forever > 2. at all times ; continually < is forever making bad puns > II. noun Date: 1858 a seemingly interminable time …

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