Translation of imperceptible in Spanish:

imperceptible

imperceptible, adj.

Pronunciation /ɪmpəˈsɛptɪb(ə)l//ˌɪmpərˈsɛptəb(ə)l/

adjective

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    imperceptible
    • Yet the incursions on free speech can be insidious and imperceptible.
    • The gradient is, to a walker, an imperceptible one in 50.
    • If that's not the case - well, it's a lot of money to spend on what, for me, turned out to be an almost imperceptible difference.
    • You put things out in the world hoping that it might be relevant to someone, but these things are subtle, imperceptible.
    • As for the winters, though, I find I relish them, and can't imagine living anywhere in which the seasons are so slight as to be imperceptible.
    • She stole a glance at him and he gave her an almost imperceptible nod.
    • I could hear the call going along the line, but then at the final moment, instead of ringing, there was a strange, almost imperceptible hiccup.
    • Almost imperceptible on screen, it is actually made up of tiny chickens' feet and is repeated on the buttons of her dress.
    • It was subtle, almost imperceptible from where we were sitting, but I noticed it and so did Lori.
    • A slight almost imperceptible vibration of the vessel was felt.
    • The law now seems clear, however, that so long as the change is gradual and imperceptible the doctrine applies.
    • The impact would be nearly imperceptible at first, but it'd be there, and significant enough to gum things up.
    • On these repeat visits, subtle qualities gradually reveal themselves which were initially almost imperceptible.
    • By appearance it's an almost imperceptible, narrow slot in the pavement that runs alongside a sidewalk from the bottom to the top of a hill.
    • My shadow, briefly cutting sunlight, changes the land's chemistry in imperceptible ways that make us one.
    • Without museums, the skills of the sculptor and the various dialects of tribes in the country would have been imperceptible now, he said.
    • I think there's an imperceptible incline, which makes sense as I was following the river upstream, so no cruising.
    • He lived in a world of fine gradations and imperceptible shades.
    • There was an almost imperceptible shuffle on the stairs.
    • The line between rock musicians and seven-year-olds is often imperceptible.