Traducción de insuperable en Español:

insuperable

insuperable, adj.

Pronunciación /ɪnˈsup(ə)rəb(ə)l//ɪnˈsuːp(ə)rəb(ə)l/

adjetivo

formal

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    insuperable
    • The diversity in the faculties of men, from which the rights of property originate, is not less an insuperable obstacle to a uniformity of interests.
    • Are those steps up to the bank an insuperable obstacle?
    • If that is your proposition, that seems to me to present an insuperable hurdle in your way.
    • We should note that this method did not become an insuperable barrier.
    • We stand against insuperable odds, around one thousand to one.
    • But the more I think about it, the more it appears that there are no insuperable obstacles to such a development should it ever become democratically necessary.
    • Such an approach, however, created insuperable difficulties.
    • This is the radical uncertainty that haunts contemporary Marxist theorists, the insuperable difficulty of impossible exchange.
    • It is the strong bond between the two parties that forms an almost insuperable barrier to entry and shuts out potential competitors.
    • We hope our series will help people understand the depth of courage and determination needed to triumph against such insuperable odds.
    • But you seem not to have had any insuperable difficulty in locating the Barclay companies.
    • The union had been given a final chance to prevail against what had seemed insuperable odds.
    • The English inflicted heavy casualties against seemingly insuperable odds because they used longbows to attack the opposing cavalry.
    • Japanese fighting men did not surrender, even in the face of insuperable odds.
    • In practice, the political obstacles to metropolitan plans have been virtually insuperable for a generation and are likely to remain so.
    • Self-transcendence is overcoming insuperable obstacles in one's path.
    • On the other hand, to allow the majority to create a rule against the wishes of the minority would lead to insuperable difficulties.
    • The Chilean experience shows that this obstacle, though daunting, is not insuperable.
    • The flexibility result hints that lack of reform in Europe need not be an insuperable barrier to UK entry.
    • Care for and control of them cannot be seen as an insuperable barrier to peace.