Traducción de ever-present en español:


siempre presente, adj.

Pronunciación /ˌɛvərˈprɛz(ə)nt/


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    siempre presente
    • Contamination of organic or conventional crops is an ever-present risk.
    • The mountain is ever-present on the horizon, looking over the plains below.
    • Her ever-present smile appears to have been glued on.
    • Religion and superstition are ever-present in Gothic thrillers.
    • Though the threat of violence is ever-present, he steadfastly refuses to portray the kids as victims.
    • There exists the ever-present danger of slipping too far to one side or the other.
    • One of the ever-present emotions during the film is one of loss.
    • Spam is an ever-present menace.
    • The adolescent urge to defy authority is ever-present.
    • The safety of children is an ever-present worry.