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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
Aunque ya no esté aquí, el artista dejó un legado inmarcesible.Although he's no longer here, the artist left an unfading legacy.
El escultor trató de capturar la belleza inmarcesible de la diosa romana en su obra.The sculptor tried to capture the unfading beauty of the Roman goddess in his work.
La doncella se quedó con el recuerdo inmarcesible del amor de su amado.The maiden kept the unwithering memory of her beloved's love.
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