Definition of inevitable
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Translations for 'inevitable'
- British English: inevitable /ɪnˈɛvɪtəbl/ ADJECTIVE
If something is inevitable, it is certain to happen and cannot be prevented or avoided.If the case succeeds, it is inevitable that other trials will follow.
- Arabic: مَحْتُومٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: inevitável
- Chinese: 不可避免的
- Croatian: neizbježan neizbježna
- Czech: nevyhnutelný
- Danish: uundgåelig
- Dutch: onvermijdelijk
- European Spanish: inevitable
- Finnish: väistämätön
- French: inévitable
- German: unvermeidlich
- Greek: αναπόφευκτος αναπόφευκτη
- Italian: inevitabile
- Japanese: 避けられない
- Korean: 필연적인
- Norwegian: uunngåelig
- Polish: nieunikniony nieunikniona
- Portuguese: inevitável
- Romanian: inevitabil inevitabil, inevitabilă, inevitabili, inevitabile
- Russian: неизбежный неизбежная
- Spanish: inevitable
- Swedish: oundviklig oundvikligt
- Thai: ไม่สามารถหลีกเลี่ยงได้
- Turkish: kaçınılmaz
- Ukrainian: неминучий
- Vietnamese: không thể tránh được
- British English: inevitable NOUN
The inevitable is something that is inevitable.It's just delaying the inevitable', he said.
Definition of inevitable from the Collins English Dictionary
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