Translation of infinite in Spanish:

infinite

infinito, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈɪnfɪnɪt//ˈɪnfənət/

adjective

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    (limitless)
    infinito
    • Even though there are big surpluses, if you want this big tax cut, there's not an infinite amount of money.
    • It has a hydroelectric motor, so it can effectively draw infinite amounts of electric power from the water.
    • There are an infinite amount of universes, crossing one another like a grid.
    • Several of you wrote to correct our interpretation of the Special Theory that ‘to travel faster than light requires an infinite amount of energy’
    • Since there's not an infinite amount of money, we have to choose.
    • Well, that left open an infinite amount of possibilities.
    • I have an almost infinite amount to say about this subject, but it doesn't look like I'm going to have time to say it for a few days.
    • But even with an infinite amount of money, aging could not be conquered.
    • When you start out you have no money, no work and a seemingly infinite amount of time.
    • Not to mention the seemingly infinite amount of equipment and crafting skills.
    • An infinite amount of time means that all sorts of crazy things will happen.
    • We live on a tiny planet in a corner of a vast galaxy starred about with infinite space.
    • One problem with the current approach is that it implicitly assumes we can protect an infinite amount of information.
    • We now have the potential to produce an infinite amount of energy from this clean-burning fuel.
    • That is, an infinite amount of energy would have to be expended, via the accelerating force, to reach the speed of light.
    • In one split-second, it felt as though I had heard the words an infinite amount of times.
    • You can't point to an infinite amount of things.
    • Moreover, a computer seems to have an infinite amount of patience and doesn't mind repeating lessons any number of times.
    • He said there was an infinite amount of hope but not for us.
    • Since one can't draw a space/object of infinite size then one does the best to represent it.
  • 2

    (great, extreme)
    (sadness/patience) infinito
    she took infinite pains over the meal puso el mayor de los esmeros en preparar la comida
    • And there is an infinite amount of things to say, and reasons to apologize, and questions to ask.
    • A believer in the need to perfect prioritisation, Mulligan says that with an infinite amount of work to get through, he has to make choices - both for work and personal life.
    • She felt like her mind was a sponge - soaking up infinite amounts of information that she would probably never hear again.
    • Trust me, an infinite amount of people ask me what camera I use, and the advertising is surely worth more money than a measly 300 bucks or so.
    • The person I bumped into, who apparently had an infinite amount more grace than I did, managed to stay standing, and offered a hand to me to help me up.
    • There are an infinite amount of potential developments - incremental or catastrophic - that we could be discussing.
    • This idea of refinement carried to an infinite degree then began to be extended to liquids.
    • Given the infinite amount of stuff out there it's pointless to pretend that you can experience it all, but I think it's wrong to not be bothered and just ignore it all.
    • I guess it could be the infinite amount of raindrops that incessantly keep dropping onto me that sends me into this light bout of dizziness.
    • It has a designer wood ceiling and is open 360 degrees to the infinite desert sky.
    • They have a seemingly infinite amount of other style names here, but not that.
    • When I got back to London I seemed to find an almost infinite amount of ways to avoid coming back to my flat.
    • This makes for an infinite amount of music to check out.
    • In response, Hubbard says that risk studies aren't usually based on cataclysms for which a bank would have to hold infinite amounts of capital.
    • There is one bank and a pyramid about 2 feet tall held together by an infinite amount of splinters and you will be taking some home with you whether you like it or not.
    • Her dad used to call Claire ‘slow motion’ because she took an infinite amount of time at everything.
    • She had made it clear that she was more than capable of being happy without him having to offer a helping hand, and that bothered him to an infinite degree.
    • A tiny bit of soul is apparently of greater significance to the Almighty than infinite amounts of mindless body.
    • Everything is in the gray area now; every decision must take into account an infinite amount of variables.
    • Now, being able to look at my toes while standing upright will have absolutely no use of course, but it will give me an infinite amount of satisfaction.

noun

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    the infinite el infinito
    • He also wrote on space and time, both of which he believed were finite, ‘proving’ his assertion with a paradox of the infinite.
    • The infusion of space and time into memory creates a world-space for an intersubjective opening onto the infinite.
    • Since all of our experiences involve finite objects, we lack a point of reference for dealing with the infinite.
    • If God is incorporeal, Newton determined that God must be everywhere, pervading the infinite.
    • His reality was becoming his dreams and vice versa in an existence that eschewed the infinite in favor of the temporal and transient.
    • Aristotle famously rejects the infinite in mathematics and in physics, with some notable exceptions.
    • If you express this vibration - the frequency of love, in its true, unconditional sense, you will connect with the same frequency out there in the infinite.
    • The aggressive people of the world are identifying with something less than infinity, and thus they are arrayed against the infinite.
    • Eventually, exception to the actual infinite became exception to the idea that the infinite could be a legitimate object of mathematical study at all.
    • The Petronas Towers are placed on a central axis, framing a doorway to the infinite with the skybridge.
    • With big canvases, these painters evoked the infinite.
    • He discusses the infinite, distinguishing between the potentially infinite and the actual infinite.
    • When it looks up at the stars, then closes its eyes, shutting itself off from its surroundings, it evokes in the viewer a longing for the infinite.
    • It is more complicated than the other axioms, and involves the infinite in a fundamental way.
    • The very idea of God is a limitation on the infinite.
    • An advertisement connects something with human desires; propaganda shapes the infinite into concrete images.
    • Hers is the ‘true love’ defined by Fichte that rejects any object whatever in order that it may launch into the infinite.
    • At the same time, there was an exhilarating account of the infinite in Georg Cantor's set theory.
    • A livelier scientific curiosity, one is inclined to think, might lead not to infinite regress but to progress toward the infinite.