Meaning of semi-permanently in English:



See semi-permanent

‘Photography is often associated with death - that is, a photograph semi-permanently records the image of a person whose death is inevitable.’
  • ‘The cars are semi-permanently connected by drawbars instead of couplers, so the noise of banging buffer plates and diaphragms is eliminated.’
  • ‘Some psychologists have even attempted to demonstrate that members of teams who are extremely successful develop semi-permanently elevated levels of adrenalin.’
  • ‘Thus there has been an increase in importance for this type of product amongst Brits, either resident in the UK or semi-permanently expatriate.’
  • ‘The males jealously defend sizeable territories within which small herds of related females and young may reside semi-permanently.’