Translation of implacable in Spanish:


implacable, adj.

Pronunciation /ɪmˈplækəb(ə)l//ɪmˈplakəb(ə)l/


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    • He was conscious though, and gave her a glare of implacable hatred.
    • But this would also be a process in which constitutional nationalism adopted a harder and more implacable position.
    • Investigations by The Sunday Times indicate that he will face implacable opposition from every Premiership club.
    • The man who is supposed to be protecting them is somehow their fiercest and most implacable enemy.
    • He felt a mixture of anger, frustration and hopelessness at fighting against a seemingly implacable system.
    • And what he saw inspired in him a deadly, implacable hatred.
    • It is easy dealing with an implacable enemy.
    • Your nation endured the blitz to prevail over an implacable foe.
    • Do they imagine that the timely renunciation of resolve can placate an implacable foe?
    • Jack, resolute, determined, implacable, was never much for glad - handing.
    • Maybe they see insects as implacable foes, sure to strike fear in the hearts of enemies.
    • Hardly a week goes by without some industry organisation stating its implacable opposition to the idea.
    • When the young girl refuses, the two become implacable opponents.
    • Yet the market remains implacable - febrile and unknowable.
    • Her attitude to the new contracts remained implacable.
    • In more civilized times even the most implacable enemies were treated with dignity.
    • I am an implacable opponent of most of what this government does.
    • Rationally, most people understand that civilised life in this country faces a heartless and implacable foe who is prepared to strike as often and as cruelly as possible.
    • Today's enemy, however, is not a philosophy that condemned millions, but an implacable, unappeasable, pitiless fanaticism that exists on the very fringes of humanity.
    • Here there is, as I find, no such opposition and certainly no implacable hostility on mother's part.