Russian English Dictionary

русский язык - English

постоянно in English:

1. permanently permanently

We need to supervise permanently the production.
I want you to stay here permanently.
I reside permanently at...
Mrs. Brown warned Beth that if she didn't eat properly she would be permanently overweight.
This is a layer of soil that is permanently frozen, and in some places it's many feet deep.
I've had my hair removed permanently, so my skin is smooth.
Liberty, as we all know, cannot flourish in a country that is permanently on a war footing, or even a near war footing. Permanent crisis justifies permanent control of everybody and everything by the agencies of central government.

English word "постоянно"(permanently) occurs in sets:

lekcja 2(artykół o genetyce)

2. constantly constantly

The man who is constantly making decisions and being compelled to alter them gets nowhere.
People who are constantly copying others do it because they can't think for themselves.
sifted constantly
Clovis, the constantly jumping wino, has prominent quadriceps and fantastic glutes.
Physicists discovered that atoms are made up of vortices of energy that are constantly spinning and vibrating.
Even small drops striking constantly will bore through a granite mountain.
When you are constantly told no smoking, no smoking like that, you start thinking, maybe smoking really is a threat to public morals or something.
Pythagoras used to say that he had received as a gift from Mercury the perpetual transmigration of his soul, so that it was constantly transmigrating and passing into all sorts of plants or animals.
Felix constantly worries that he isn't amounting to anything, even though he's only a freshman in high school.
Kirby's quintessentially Japanese cuteness is almost incomprehensible to his American audience, who satirize him as a dark and gloomy character constantly, almost as a reflex.
He didn't waste a single minute, thinking constantly about how to survive and how to improve his condition.
I was sacked from my job for being constantly late.
In the last few years of the company's existence the recearch staff were constantly intimidated and set against each other.
A self-proclaimed democrat, who is lucky enough to live in a democratic country, but who constantly swears at politicians without committing himself to politics, has probably not understood the word "democracy".