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To make something perpetual
To prolong the existence of something
to preserve from extinction or oblivion
{v} to make perpetual, to eternize
cause to continue or prevail; "perpetuate a myth
Made perpetual; perpetuated
cause to continue or prevail; "perpetuate a myth"
To make perpetual; to cause to endure, or to be continued, indefinitely; to preserve from extinction or oblivion; to eternize
If someone or something perpetuates a situation, system, or belief, especially a bad one, they cause it to continue. We must not perpetuate the religious divisions of the past This image is a myth perpetuated by the media. + perpetuation per·petua·tion The perpetuation of nuclear deployments is morally unacceptable. to make a situation, attitude etc, especially a bad one, continue to exist for a long time
{f} eternalize, make perpetual, make everlasting; preserve from extinction
perpetuate a stereotype
continue a generalization, keep a stereotype in use
The act of prolonging existence, of keeping something alive or active
{n} the act of rendering perpetual
{s} eternalized, made perpetual, made everlasting; preserved from extinction
To make something be perpetual; (or figuratively) to prolong something
third-person singular of perpetuate
present participle of perpetuate
the act of prolonging something; "there was an indefinite prolongation of the peace talks"
The act of making perpetual, or of preserving from extinction through an endless existence, or for an indefinite period of time; continuance
{i} eternalization, act of making everlasting; act of preserving from extinction, act of rescuing from oblivion