Definition of 'unbelievable'
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It is all a bit unbelievable at the moment. Times, Sunday Times (2016)To end up having six was just unbelievable. The Sun (2016)He smiles and says: 'It was unbelievable. The Sun (2017)He's been through so much, been such an unbelievable player and still follows the club. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Hazard said: 'It was unbelievable. The Sun (2016)The story was really unbelievable and very weak. The Sun (2009)He is an unbelievable good human being. The Sun (2009)It was just unbelievable that she thought that she could get away with it. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Those concerned may at times find this unbelievable or regrettable. Growing Through Loss and Grief (1994)And then came an unbelievable final three minutes. The Sun (2014)This is a moment of unbelievable seriousness. Christianity Today (2000)Spain are technically unbelievable but there still has to be an end product. The Sun (2012)It is unbelievable when you think of the great names who played for this club. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The fact they put it as suicide is an unbelievable story. The Sun (2015)Being in a film with him was just unbelievable to me. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The amount of stories they have to find is unbelievable. The Sun (2012)There was unbelievable pressure on the them. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It is unbelievable that it still happens. Times, Sunday Times (2011)She acknowledges that parts of her story may sound unbelievable. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It was such an unbelievable moment trying to process what had just happened and that your life has instantly changed. The Sun (2015)It's unbelievable how bad movies have been. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He gets in some unbelievable areas, good scoring positions. Times, Sunday Times (2016)To run a personal best in the Olympic final is unbelievable. The Sun (2012)It is unbelievable, you think he must really look after himself. The Sun (2010)It was unbelievable, absolutely incredible. The Sun (2010)The midfielder said: 'It was an unbelievable reaction by their keeper. The Sun (2010)One source said: 'It is unbelievable. The Sun (2006)
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Translations for 'unbelievable'
British English: unbelievable /ˌʌnbɪˈliːvəbl/ ADJECTIVE
If you say that something is unbelievable, you are emphasizing that it is very extreme, impressive, or shocking.
The pressure we were under was unbelievable.
- American English: unbelievable
- Arabic: لايُصَدَّق
- 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: 믿을 수 없는
- Norwegian: utrolig
- Polish: niewiarygodny
- European Portuguese: inacreditável
- Romanian: incredibil
- Russian: невероятный
- Spanish: increíble
- Swedish: otrolig
- Thai: ซึ่งไม่น่าเชื่อว่าเป็นจริง
- Turkish: inanılmaz
- Ukrainian: неймовірний
- Vietnamese: không thể tin được
Definition of unbelievable from the Collins English Dictionary
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