Translation of unimaginable in Spanish:

unimaginable

inimaginable, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌənəˈmædʒ(ə)nəb(ə)l//ʌnɪˈmadʒɪnəb(ə)l/

adjective

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    inimaginable
    • In case the dam collapses due to an earthquake or any other fault, the devastation will be unimaginable.
    • But it is unimaginable that you would ever see an Australian politician doing this.
    • It is unimaginable what effect the document would have without signatures.
    • He made a real difference, an almost unimaginable difference, and he did it without guns, or bombs, or hatred of any kind.
    • We have heard tales of immense human suffering and unimaginable depravity.
    • The crowd was in a rapture; dissent seemed unimaginable; the message was upbeat and unifying.
    • He thinks they have squandered unbelievable and unimaginable opportunities.
    • Without the Internet, of course, such a global protest would be unimaginable.
    • To him, such an unimaginable scale of murder was not evil but a lodestar - the ultimate expression of his politics.
    • The consequences for the World Bank if it lost a suit filed by Indonesia would be unimaginable, he said.
    • You might as well imagine this scene, because the real one is utterly unimaginable.
    • These churches are becoming civic in a way unimaginable since the 13th century and its cathedral towns.
    • In the decades ahead, we will face other threats that seem just as unimaginable to us today.
    • We are in an ever-changing world where we are confronted by threats that were unimaginable 25 years ago.
    • Already the war has brought changes that just a few months ago would have been unimaginable.
    • Love as glorified by poets draws the common man's inherent curiosity to unimaginable extents.
    • We can share ideas and personnel to an extent that would be unimaginable in any other industry.
    • The ecological damage that this project would cause is almost unimaginable.
    • At Almondvale yesterday it spoke of sadness and unimaginable loss.
    • The cruelty endured by the children of the Victorian poor, who were sold to work as chimney sweeps, was unimaginable.