Translation of unjustifiable in Spanish:


injustificable, adj.

Pronunciation /ʌnˈdʒʌstɪfʌɪəb(ə)l//ˌənˈdʒəstəˌfaɪəb(ə)l/


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    • He said it is unjustifiable that either an individual or a family earning between 138 and 250 per week fails to qualify for a medical card.
    • The government's position is simply unjustifiable, on any grounds.
    • We do not accept that these matters constitute unjustifiable restrictions.
    • They tend to regard opposition to multiculturalism and attempts at assimilation as irrational prejudice or unjustifiable ethnocentrism.
    • I have been told by members of Bury Council that they will not accept the ownership or maintenance of the reservoirs; it would be onerous and an unjustifiable use of council tax.
    • Besides being a hugely unjustifiable leap logically, it is also a ridiculously broad and sweeping statement.
    • Some means might possibly be unjustifiable by any ends.
    • And even when the violence of her male characters is unjustifiable, it is at least comprehensible.
    • They are apparently the last to know people turned to downloading in large part because of the outrageous and unjustifiable prices of CDs.
    • Thousands are dying because of their unjustifiable tactics.
    • Humankind crucifies the innocent, always finding reasons to do so, always justifying the unjustifiable.
    • This plan (to travel around the world) is unnecessary and patently unjustifiable in this time of economic crisis.
    • It is unfair and unjustifiable when the tax payers who pay for these utopian benefits are faced with worthless private pensions or no occupational pension at all.
    • Restrictions are simply unjustifiable on liberal grounds.
    • ‘If a two-day strike was unnecessary and unjustifiable, then an eight-day strike is even more so,’ he said.
    • I continue to think it was a despicable, utterly unjustifiable act, and even more so in the case of those others on the list who were merely accused.
    • I grant that this is real, but the risk they are proposing to take is excessive and unjustifiable.
    • Nevertheless it seems many people are trying to justify a do-nothing response to the attack which to me seems completely unjustifiable.
    • Is it because of a growing cynicism against anything the government tries to push through without proper consultation, or is it unjustifiable paranoia on my part?
    • It was a ‘blatant, unjustifiable waste of ratepayers' money to spend this much on lawyers ’, she said.