Translation of unendurable in Spanish:

unendurable

inaguantable, adj.

Pronunciation /ʌnɪnˈdjʊərəb(ə)l//ʌnɛnˈdʒɔːrəb(ə)l//ʌnɛnˈdjʊərəb(ə)l//ʌnɪnˈdʒɔːrəb(ə)l//ˌənənˈd(j)ʊrəb(ə)l/

adjective

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    inaguantable
    insoportable
    • The movie eventually crescendos into nearly unendurable hysteria.
    • All men recognize the right of revolution; that is, the right to refuse allegiance to and to resist, the government, when its tyranny or its inefficiency are great and unendurable.
    • In Japan, retirement has become a risky business for many wives, who are finding the stress of their husband's presence at home unendurable.
    • Let his suffering be remembered as an example to us all on how to endure personal struggles we may think to be unendurable.
    • Jobless after he went home, the unendurable idleness led him back to his old ‘friends,’ with whom he first took drugs.
    • His gaze is by turns encouraging, enigmatic, unendurable.
    • In hot weather, the smell was unendurable, forcing members of Parliament right next to the river, to find a solution.
    • I can see that this job will push me to unendurable new intellectual heights.
    • And it represented the sense among so many military families that their sacrifices - even the unendurable loss of a beloved family member - were not and are not in vain.
    • What she found unendurable were the sleepless nights.
    • All of them were sensitive men who must have found the horrors of war almost unendurable.
    • In the nature of things, the art was attacked by flies and maggots, and the stench is reported to have been unendurable.
    • Such losses can seem to be unendurable because we cannot let go of what we have lost.
    • Let's also retire the standard politician's lament that we are placing an unendurable debt burden ‘on our children and our children's children.’
    • There is nothing new about England's social, economic and cultural decay, but the spectacle has of late become so unedifying as to be almost unendurable.
    • Those people who need others to confirm their sense of existence fear solitude and find nature's indifference to human beings unendurable.
    • He wept inside for the pain that she was feeling, for having just found her father and to have him taken so cruelly from her was something that was nearly unendurable.
    • She couldn't sit up or move, and the pain was unendurable.
    • I told him that if he felt that life had become unendurable I could not, as his friend, ask him to go on enduring it.
    • Yes, the tourist hordes can be almost unendurable, and yes, the canals can whiff a bit.