permanent


permanent
permanently, adv.permanentness, n.
/perr"meuh neuhnt/, adj.
1. existing perpetually; everlasting, esp. without significant change.
2. intended to exist or function for a long, indefinite period without regard to unforeseeable conditions: a permanent employee; the permanent headquarters of the United Nations.
3. long-lasting or nonfading: permanent pleating; permanent ink.
n.
4. Also called permanent wave. a wave or curl that is set into the hair by the application of a special chemical preparation and that remains for a number of months.
[1400-50; late ME < L permanent- (s. of permanens), prp. of permanere to remain. See PER-, REMAIN, -ENT]
Syn. 1. stable, invariable, constant.
Ant. 1. temporary; inconstant.

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