Translation of unapproachable in Spanish:

unapproachable

inabordable, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌənəˈproʊtʃəb(ə)l//ʌnəˈprəʊtʃəb(ə)l/

adjective

  • 1

    (aloof)
    (person) inabordable
    (person) poco accesible
    (person) poco asequible
    • Because he was reserved in manner, some people preferred to think that he was unapproachable, rather than admit to being afraid of finding themselves intellectually inferior.
    • Yeah, she was often unapproachable and often hostile, but the ice part didn't hold any water for Mona.
    • It struck me as an opportunity to let the public know what really happens in a solicitor's office and dispel any idea we might be unapproachable.
    • That little black-and-white square photo at the lower right only reminds people of what they think about Gray Davis, which is that, as a person, he's cold, unapproachable and stiff.
    • Evander, despite that, didn't want to cause grief for Darren or the band by seeming unapproachable or surly.
    • Council officers often come in for criticism about their attitudes; being unapproachable, etc.
    • When I first started blogging, I considered some bloggers unapproachable.
    • Placebo's love affair with the British music press screeched to a halt in mid-2000 when the NME penned a scathing feature accusing the singer of being arrogant, difficult, unapproachable, obnoxious and deluded.
    • He's shy, remember - he doesn't want to give you a bad impression of himself - and without a doubt the sober you is unapproachable.
    • Often these protagonists seem gruff and unapproachable, even privileged and elitist, at least at first, perhaps concealing a painful shyness and a need for privacy.
    • Still, she looks every inch the unapproachable star and is flanked by those indispensable celebrity accessories, the bodyguard and personal assistant.
    • We're so busy packing as much into our schedules as we can, that we become unapproachable to those who would enjoy a few minutes with us.
    • You're so confident, you're very unapproachable.
    • Speaking of depressed, my mother sat me down this morning and told me she thinks I'm unhappy and as a result am emotionally removed and unapproachable.
    • The parents of the youths involved are unapproachable and witnesses are too afraid to come forward to give evidence.
    • But O'Neill was then Leicester manager, officially unapproachable.
    • In reality - when I'm not mulling these things over in my mind and being paranoid - I don't think I'm unapproachable or unfriendly.
    • In Columbus, former neighbours described the independent truck driver, who was often on the road, as unapproachable and aloof.
    • He was unapproachable, sometimes rude, always sarcastic, but it was also clear that he was uncannily observant.
    • ‘No one is that vicious, that unapproachable, for no reason,’ she told the writer, and the character's background was coloured in.
  • 2

    (inaccessible)
    inaccesible
    • Built over a Thracian settlement and a Byzantine fortress, Tsarevets turned into an unapproachable fortress.
    • It takes a hundred men two days to clear a patch of land the size of a soccer field; in Angola, most of the arable land is unapproachable.
    • Some Arrowhead homes have already been filled with water, while a few cabins at the end of River Road that sit on the Withlacoochee River are flooded and unapproachable because of the high water levels.