Traducción de ungovernable en Español:


ingobernable, adj.

Pronunciación /ʌnˈɡʌv(ə)nəb(ə)l//ˌənˈɡəvərnəb(ə)l/


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    (people/country) ingobernable
    • In my everyday work as a doctor, for example, I see the results of ungoverned, and consequently ungovernable, passion: that is to say, murder, mayhem, and misery.
    • Part of Allawi's mission was to counter the TV coverage depicting Iraq as a bloody battlefield hurtling toward ungovernable chaos and unwinnable civil war.
    • But the unmistakable impression is that they are now putting short-term partisanship ahead of good policy by trying to make the House ungovernable.
    • It was a policy which created a classroom revolution - one which has caused chaos and misery for countless thousands of children and their teachers and made many schools all but ungovernable.
    • It also praised the reaction of New Yorkers to the tragedy: ‘The supposedly ungovernable city showed it could govern itself under the most terrifying pressure.’
    • But the message was undoubtedly to the world, to the coalition, to the U.N. community as a whole, that Iraq was ungovernable under present conditions.
    • It makes us question the balance between human control and the heretofore ungovernable forces we deemed natural.
    • The public sphere in many ways had become ungovernable, in that it was difficult if not impossible to retain control over how products were consumed.
    • But he came out an admirer, one who believes that he took on a city that seemed all but ungovernable and came closer to governing it than any mayor in modern times.
    • That leaves the Taliban and its allies to pursue the same strategy used by their forebears against the Soviets - take control of the countryside, and make it ungovernable from Kabul.
    • The country was soon essentially ungovernable, with various warlords in murderous control of their own fiefdoms.
    • It was a calculated, callous attempt to undermine Castro and the Cuban Government, essentially bludgeoning the Cubans to the point where the country would become ungovernable.
    • The Kabul government no longer faces a movement capable of taking over the country; rather, it faces regional insurgencies, capable of making the country ungovernable.
    • What is clear is that the photograph, in the editor's own words, fitted into an editorial view that portrayed Iraq as ungovernable and chaotic.
    • If the laws are unfavourable, we must make the country ungovernable.
    • Economic liberalization was then undertaken to restore the fiscal base, and thence government control over what had become ungovernable economies.
    • But the question remains, as a seemingly ungovernable party continues to languish in electoral obscurity and tear itself apart, whether the smack of firm leadership will be enough to save the Scottish Tories.
    • Someone unruly was ungovernable or disorderly; the modern sense is a weakening of this.
    • Someone's going to do something about it and since so much spam comes from other, ungovernable countries, a legislative solution won't help much.
    • I try to control it but if it slips out it is ungovernable.
  • 2literario

    (temper) indómito literario
    (passion/rage) incontrolable
    (rage/passion) irreprimible
    (passion/rage) incontenible