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She suffered permanent brain damage as a result of the accident.
They've offered me a room until I can find something more permanent.
We have a permanent staff of 24, plus 8 seasonal workers in the summer.
Blomquist has become a permanent fixture in the team.
She complained of feeling permanently exhausted.
the decision to close down the factory permanently
This is the British English definition of permanent. View American English definition of permanent.
a part of an atom that moves around the nucleus (=centre) and has a negative electrical charge