Definition of 'incredible'
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His incredible story will melt your heart. The Sun (2016)They can be mysterious or just incredible to look at. The Sun (2016)It was just the most incredible thing. The Sun (2017)He just had an incredible engine. Times, Sunday Times (2017)All the debutantes were just incredible. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Tagline Based on the incredible true story. The Sun (2016)Though perhaps more than anything else, there was just his incredible lack of guile. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But through it all, they will always feel incredible each time they slip into their best LBD. The Sun (2016)We had lots of incredible musicians play and add character to this record. The Sun (2012)This incredible story will play on your mind. The Sun (2012)The prospect of having two for one is just incredible. The Sun (2014)To be in this stadium is always incredible for me. The Sun (2008)It was an amazing time and incredible to be part if it. Times, Sunday Times (2013)With that comes an incredible amount of calories we are no longer burning. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You can decide for yourselves just how much of this incredible stuff you want. The Sun (2015)These guys have done something incredible with my back catalogue. The Sun (2012)The publicity she has had for her new play is incredible. The Sun (2008)He was again recounting the incredible story of his life. The Sun (2012)The atmosphere after the second goal went in was just incredible. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The landscape is changing constantly and the scenery almost always incredible. Times, Sunday Times (2009)This would cause an incredible amount of pain. The Sun (2009)Results are not so much credible as incredible. Times, Sunday Times (2008)There is something incredible when you strike a football in just the way you want to. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It was incredible to play to that many people so far from home. The Sun (2014)And the wingers produced incredible football. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It has been an incredible journey. The Sun (2013)We have quality going forward, and at times we have played some incredible football. Times, Sunday Times (2012)They are incredible, amazing little people. The Sun (2015)Tell us about your incredible journeys home and win a three-night trip for two timesonline. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It was unbelievable, absolutely incredible. The Sun (2010)He said: 'It was incredible really. The Sun (2011)He said: 'It was an incredible experience. The Sun (2013)
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Translations for 'incredible'
British English: incredible /ɪnˈkrɛdəbl/ ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone or something as incredible, you like them very much or are impressed by them, because they are extremely or unusually good.
The wildflowers will be incredible after this rain.
- American English: incredible
- Arabic: لا يُصَدَّق
- Brazilian Portuguese: inacreditável
- Chinese: 难以置信的
- Croatian: nevjerojatan
- Czech: neuvěřitelný
- Danish: utrolig
- Dutch: ongelofelijk
- European Spanish: increíble
- Finnish: uskomaton
- French: incroyable
- German: unglaublich
- Greek: απίστευτος
- Italian: incredibile
- Japanese: 信じられない
- Korean: 믿어지지 않는
- Norwegian: utrolig
- Polish: niewiarygodny
- European Portuguese: inacreditável
- Romanian: incredibil
- Russian: изумительный
- Spanish: increíble
- Swedish: otrolig
- Thai: ไม่น่าเชื่อ
- Turkish: inanılmaz
- Ukrainian: неймовірний
- Vietnamese: không thể tin được
Definition of incredible from the Collins English Dictionary
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