Traducción de intolerable en Español:

intolerable

intolerable, adj.

Pronunciación /ˌɪnˈtɑl(ə)rəb(ə)l//ɪnˈtɒl(ə)rəb(ə)l/

adjetivo

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    intolerable
    insufrible
    that's intolerable! ¡eso es intolerable / no se puede tolerar!
    • They have served a three-year sentence in intolerable circumstances for something they never did.
    • What kind of selfishness put their families back home under such intolerable pressure?
    • The dread in the Baroque originated with the intolerable idea of a body without a soul.
    • The person suffering from intolerable pain always approaches a dentist for treatment.
    • Between us and America there is nothing but water, a mighty sea, whose waves are always raging and intolerable.
    • It will become an intolerable load which will, in some fashion, break them all.
    • Problems in his personal life became intolerable for him and he felt unable to face his future.
    • But the fact that she lost the argument simply by being such an intolerable fool shows just how hated she is in the house.
    • I am not one easily scared or intimidated and neither was my husband but as time went on the situation became intolerable.
    • We started recalling situations, which at the time had seemed intolerable but now seemed simply worth a laugh.
    • As the true horror of the situation emerges, that sense of duty becomes an intolerable pressure.
    • Defeat would be hard to endure, but another rotten display would be intolerable.
    • Union leaders now insist that the levels of violence have become intolerable and drastic measures are needed.
    • To admit that an opponent might be both honest and intelligent is felt to be intolerable.
    • It is the ugliness that is intolerable to look at, that turns you to stone or salt.
    • An extension in opening times will increase the pressure to intolerable levels.
    • I act instinctively; it would be intolerable to live in this world without trying to change it for the better.
    • Meanwhile, the Dental Hospital in Glasgow is under intolerable strain, with huge waiting lists.
    • To do it on bogus information, to use this kind of secrecy to do it is intolerable.
    • The intolerable delay is partly to blame, undermining witness testimony.