Translation of irresistible in Spanish:

irresistible

irresistible, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌɪ(r)rəˈzɪstəb(ə)l//ɪrɪˈzɪstɪb(ə)l/

adjective

  • 1

    irresistible
    • Men getting glammed up and lip-synching to bad pop music just has an almost irresistible ironic appeal.
    • Benigni's comic persona has proved as irresistible to Americans as to Italians.
    • He is not the first to find the temptation irresistible.
    • A woman's rampant desires and irresistible attractiveness give her a power over men that even rivals God's.
    • Eyes round as saucers, he didn't even pretend to look away - he found the view too irresistible.
    • "It must be my irresistible charm, " I muttered to myself amusingly.
    • I will teach you to become the most graceful, flattering, attractive, irresistible lady at court.
    • Second, I hoped that it would make me fascinating and irresistible to girls.
    • They offer an apparently irresistible temptation to the bureaucrats and accountants who have become gatekeepers to our dreams.
    • Affordability, combined with accessibility, makes this market almost irresistible to those who discover it.
    • And with 1.75 % short-term borrowing costs, high-yielding consumer receivables are simply irresistible.
    • Zoek smiled his big happy grin that was simply irresistible to me.
    • Of course, the appetizer challenge is just one of numerous tastings that make the festival so irresistible.
    • No wonder Charlie finds him irresistible, though that attraction is something the film refuses to explore.
    • She wondered at what exactly women found so irresistible about the man beside her.
    • What was it about Mike that made him so irresistible to Emily?
    • Despite this, circuses have a timeless appeal and are irresistible to some.
    • The Boca Beach Club presents the irresistible lure of staying and playing on the Atlantic seashore.
    • Surely no one could look so damned irresistible after the day she'd had.
    • Why did he have to be so darn irresistible?