Translation of aeon in Spanish:

aeon

Pronunciation: /ˈiːɒn//ˈiːən//ˈiˌɑn//ˈiən//ˈiːən/

noun

  • 1British

    eon
    • So in summary, my invention will bring 20 years of happiness followed by aeons of fear and destruction.
    • These creatures were direct descendants of the great dinosaurs of the long past Mesozoic Aeon.
    • It's been the stock question of doting aunties for aeons.
    • It is being together, without seeing each other for aeons.
    • With many DVD's, this feature cannot be fast-forwarded so we have to suffer in silence for what seems aeons.
    • The rocks dated back into the Archean eon, before 2.5 billion years ago.
    • Finally, after what seemed like aeons, they reached what Lia presumed was their destination.
    • The world has been living with contrasts, for aeons.
    • The record has been much deformed, reconstituted, and obliterated during the subsequent Proterozoic and Phanerozoic eons.
    • I'll spend aeons staring at bottles of expensive shampoo humming ‘Maybe this time’.
    • After what seemed like aeons, she finally reached the stairs.
    • Audiences have been waiting aeons for a good sci-fi flick.
    • The Proterozoic aeon (2,500-540 million years ago) saw episodic increases in atmospheric oxygen content.
    • Just after that, she started going out with a mutual friend of ours, who I'd dated aeons ago and was still friendly with.
    • It has been known for aeons of time that security resides within oneself - it cannot be bought.
    • Long-term solutions to the problems affecting them would have been enacted aeons ago.
    • Tradition, in fact, takes back the antiquity of the temple, not by centuries, but by aeons.
    • Oh, that's aeons away, almost in the realm of incredible.
    • It is ages and aeons since I have been to the Hills.
    • The effects of UV on microorganisms growing under conditions prevalent during the early Precambrian Aeon are examined.
    • That person, born aeons ago, unknowingly began a multibillion-dollar industry that focuses on treating illness.
    • The authorities here have finally done something they should have done aeons ago.
    • In the 21st century, the 1930s seem to be aeons away.
    • Ages and aeons ago, when I was in high school, I took a word processing course to fill a credit.
    • In any case, in earlier aeons, background radiation levels were much greater than today.