Translation of indecipherable in Spanish:

indecipherable

indescifrable, adj.

Pronunciation: /ˌɪndəˈsaɪf(ə)rəb(ə)l//ˌɪndɪˈsʌɪf(ə)rəb(ə)l/

adjective

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    indescifrable
    • Initially alarmed by its scarlet, raspberry mousse appearance, she was soon making indecipherable noises of appreciation.
    • That first day there had been a choice of doors off the lobby; an indecipherable squiggle chiselled into the brass plate hung by each.
    • He supports this with grainy images of indecipherable documents.
    • There are so many indecipherable mumblings that you have to replay and replay.
    • Rugby union is bogged down by a morass of strange and (to the casual viewer at least) indecipherable rules.
    • Make any signage relating to your goods virtually indecipherable to anyone without a degree in computers.
    • While streaming one video, the picture broke down after about a minute, and the voice track continued over an indecipherable kaleidoscope of colours.
    • The bass bounced around the tent, leaving their raps indecipherable.
    • She is in her 90s and the envelope was merely addressed with my name and Ilkley, Yorks, England, with other indecipherable letters.
    • The children's lyrics are almost completely indecipherable, but they seem to echo the adult male's lyrics, verbatim.
    • I must declare a weakness for indecipherable lyrics.
    • Some of the words are recognizable, but the context makes their meaning indecipherable.
    • The dairies consist of nearly 970,000 words, some of them almost indecipherable.
    • Their runes may be indecipherable at a glance to most modern eyes but they were part of a cultured society, where sagas were told and songs sung, a far cry from the bloody battlefield.
    • The dialogue wavers from understandable to indecipherable, and there is very little depth or flavor to the recording.
    • It's esoteric in parts, and plain indecipherable in others.
    • I have no idea who sent it, as there's nothing to identify the couple except an indecipherable scrawl.
    • JD's English, while sufficient, is heavily accented and at times indecipherable.
    • This is where jazz gets its reputation as indecipherable noise.
    • We do not care to contemplate that which carries a deceased bond between it and consciousness: the indecipherable is thus ignored.