English version

never-ending

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnever-endingˌnever-ˈending adjective  CONTINUE/NOT STOPseeming to continue for a very long time syn endless Keeping the house neat and clean is a never-ending battle.see thesaurus at permanent
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never-endingTo Miguel, the boredom of married life seemed never-ending.I saw it as a never-ending drain on our meagre stock of rope and timber.The descent is never-ending - I am glad - until Tony comes towards me.People went in and out of her home in a never-ending procession.His was a never-ending search for a fix.They are a kind of a never-ending source of amusement, amazement, and discouragement.The youngsters, ages 2 to 17, provide a never-ending source of story lines.That is the latest bizarre instalment in the never-ending story of extraordinary events at Underhill.Their life had become a never-ending trudge to keep the Looms of the necromancer weaving dreadful enchantments.
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