English version

timeless

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtimelesstime‧less /ˈtaɪmləs/ ●○○ adjective  1 LONG TIMEremaining attractive and not becoming old-fashioned the timeless beauty of Venice2 literaryLONG TIME continuing for ever the timeless universetimelessly adverbtimelessness noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
timelessIn the south-west of England, the scenery is timeless and unmistakably agricultural.Shakespeare's plays have a timeless appeal to all audiences.But it just keeps on doing its job, safe in its timeless bubble.It looks timeless but there have been changes.Crosby's 'It Ain't Necessarily So' remains a timeless classic.For as we noted in the introduction, the job is not a timeless fact of human existence.Origami is the timeless Japanese art of paper folding.We floated on as if in a timeless limbo.It has a timeless, placeless look: it could be anywhere in the world.They may define positions that have often been repeated, but they can not be given a timeless quality.If a song is good enough, it has a timeless quality.On the farm I had created a timeless world.
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