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People are much nicer and easier to understand when they stop trying to seem invincible. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It's the back-three system making them look invincible. The Sun (2017)This army is truly invincible given a fair chance. Nemesis: The Battle for Japan, 194445 (2007)From then on she was almost invincible in championship play. Times, Sunday Times (2010)There is not a team that is invincible. The Sun (2009)This had gone on for so long that she seemed invincible. Times, Sunday Times (2012)At the front with a fast car he can look truly invincible. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It makes you feel almost invincible. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He often favoured past rowing experience over current results, and those rowers selected were seemingly invincible. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Throughout this time, the four young photographers seemed invincible. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Meanwhile, they have been almost invincible at home. The Sun (2007)Owning more than a quarter of the company, he seemed invincible. Times, Sunday Times (2007)At this stage the defending champion had lost a mere 11 games in four matches and looked invincible. ITF World of Tennis (1993)He looked far from invincible. The Sun (2014)He seems to be invincible. The Sun (2006)Games in Melbourne next month after six sizzling days of trials that brought four world records for a squad of women fast emerging as seemingly invincible. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Players with confidence, who are getting results, almost feel invincible. The Sun (2009)But this colt seemed different, invincible, he just needed to show up. The Sun (2007)They look invincible at home one day, then will lose in Iceland to end their qualifying hopes. The Sun (2008)He said: 'Their failures were down to little details but a squad that had looked invincible appeared vulnerable. The Sun (2009)SETTLED: Setting new goals together will make you an invincible team. The Sun (2012)Racing relies on a fine balance between speed and staying on the track but don't worry about crashes - the cars are seemingly invincible. The Sun (2011)
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Translations for 'invincible'
British English: invincible ADJECTIVE
If you describe an army or sports team as invincible, you believe that they cannot be defeated.
When this player is on form he is virtually invincible.
Definition of invincible from the Collins English Dictionary
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