Translation of unrelenting in Spanish:

unrelenting

implacable, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌənrəˈlɛn(t)ɪŋ//ʌnrɪˈlɛntɪŋ/

adjective

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    (opposition/pursuit) implacable
    the wind/pain was unrelenting el viento/dolor era constante
    • the unrelenting heat el implacable calor
    • Faced with a cruel and unrelenting system of numbers that mocked him, he invented a new one!
    • Vincent Hunter's film is as unrelenting and tough as the true meaning of loneliness.
    • The world of business is a harsh and unrelenting one: a constant struggle for survival and profit in which the weak or the inflexible go to the wall.
    • The couple were a Calvinist pastor of the most unrelenting kind and his equally intransigent spouse.
    • She made you the unrelenting, hard and cold businessman that they called iceman, today.
    • Once you get past this blemish, Minority Report is an unrelenting movie about the cruel uncertainty of both life and the future.
    • Simpson was known as the Iron Man in his playing days and was a tough, unrelenting prop.
    • Pigs are innocent victims of a cruel, unrelenting slaughterhouse industry.
    • ‘I don't cope well with the unrelenting demands of professional rugby,’ he said then.
    • The reaction by its political opponents to this stand was one of savage and unrelenting hostility.
    • Opprobrium from the terraces and beyond was unrelenting.
    • So it's kind of cool for me to think of myself as someone who's unrelenting and controlling of situations.
    • His letter to Leghari was unrelenting in its condemnation.
    • That and the unrelenting heat and undulations made for a tough cycle leg, which he completed at his pre-race estimated time.
    • Jordan's unusual mix of hard graft, unrelenting energy and ability to source funds ensured the team's survival.
    • That's just over a year since the dedicated York warrior turned professional in the unrelenting and unforgiving arena of Thai boxing.
    • He believed their newly formed government should be strict, orderly, and unrelenting.
    • If she did nothing else right now she would tumble backward and hit the hard, unrelenting ground head first.
    • First off, Frazier forced Ali to fight by applying fast and hard unrelenting pressure.
    • Since the Vietnam era, he's been an unrelenting critic of US foreign policy and this book's no different.
    • This is the world Elphie encounters as she moves from a life at Shiz University to one of unforgiving and unrelenting segregation.
    • In the packed public gallery, Mrs Humes's family, who had glared with unrelenting hatred at him during the hearing, were in tears.
    • For a place dependent on tourist spending, the unrelenting determination to turn paying customers away is simply beyond rationality.
    • From beginning to end, it is just unrelenting, one of the hardest courses in America.
    • At sea, the punishing U-boat campaign continued, and the war in the Atlantic was cruel and unrelenting.
    • A major factor in determining the outcome was the unrelenting political opposition in the highest quarters.
    • You're looking at a man with an unflagging passion for racing and an unrelenting will to win.