Translation of unbearable in Spanish:

unbearable

insoportable, adj.

Pronunciation /ʌnˈbɛːrəb(ə)l//ˌənˈbɛrəb(ə)l/

adjective

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    insoportable
    inaguantable
    insufrible
    • She then had the unbearable task of turning off her husband's ventilator.
    • With the heat rising from the kitchen into her room it must have been unbearable in the height of summer.
    • When I first saw them, I found those few moments of newsreel almost unbearable.
    • He was fine whenever the boys were around, but the silence when he left them at school became almost unbearable.
    • Maybe no bad thing if you remember the unbearable behaviour of London city boys in the mid-Eighties.
    • I will never forget how unbearable the not-knowing and fearing the worst felt.
    • When the temperatures do rise and tights become unbearable, try the airier option of hold-ups.
    • Both players found the heat unbearable but nevertheless played to the bitter end.
    • My countrymen, in such a situation, a wrong decision can lead to unbearable losses.
    • In the pictures his pride and pleasure are almost unbearable to look at.
    • Today's lifestyle police would have us believe that it is unbearable because of these two diversions.
    • She never thought she would be able to come to terms with the unbearable grief.
    • It was an unbearable scene to see truckloads of human bodies being carried out.
    • The roar of the crowd reaches a crescendo and the afternoon heat gets unbearable.
    • I clearly recall that in spite of walking boots and thick socks, the pain in my feet from the cold was unbearable.
    • Fortunately the family cats are pretty robust but many pets find these bombardments unbearable.
    • I was only a kid but I remember the tension being unbearable in the replay.
    • Then, a flight of 24 hours, arduous at the best of times, becomes an unbearable ordeal.
    • The shrill whine and unbearable thunder of falling bombs dug in under my skin and stayed there.
    • A hungry baby does not have much time to wait before their need becomes unbearable.