Spanish translation of 'intractable'
Example Sentences Including 'intractable'
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Though most previous Popes had feared denying Ferrante anything he asked for, Pope Alexander was intractable.THE FAMILY (2002)
It had been judged wiser to keep our rendezvous location a secret lest any of the more intractable nobles sabotage our plans.THE GOLDEN FOOL: BOOK TWO OF THE TAWNY MAN (2002)
England had been gripped by a series of particularly damaging and intractable strikes during the previous three years.DARE CALL IT TREASON (2002)
I told myself that something should be done for the parish, but I knew the problems it presented were intractable.ABSOLUTE TRUTHS (2002)
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British English: intractable ADJECTIVE
Intractable people are very difficult to control or influence.
What may be done to reduce the influence of intractable opponents?
Translation of intractable from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary
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