Definition of 'unbeatable'
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We had a brilliant time and it was unbeatable value for money. The Sun (2015)The mixture of glamour and extreme wealth has proved an unbeatable combination for raising large sums. Times, Sunday Times (2011)We do give unbeatable value and here's another great range. The Sun (2012)Outstanding ability is mixed with honest toil and sweat, an unbeatable combination. The Sun (2011)In musical terms, the combination was unbeatable. Times, Sunday Times (2007)They will be confident of setting a big enough target to take an unbeatable 3-1 lead. The Sun (2013)And what an unbeatable price. The Sun (2016)It became an unbeatable combination. Times, Sunday Times (2011)England batted themselves into an unbeatable position in the second Test - and lost. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Massive bass, huge noise, and a virtually indestructible headband make these unbeatable value. The Sun (2013)All in all, online and in print, an unbeatable team. Times, Sunday Times (2007)It is buttery and smooth with a tangy edge - and at this price, unbeatable. The Sun (2008)Verdict An unbeatable combination of small size and big illumination, but it is expensive. Times, Sunday Times (2010)That's an unbeatable Aussie combination of hilarious bad and good taste. Times, Sunday Times (2014)India have secured an unbeatable 3-0 lead and England are struggling to contain their frustration. The Sun (2011)You can pick up this witty read for our unbeatable price from this Monday until the following Sunday. Times, Sunday Times (2008)You wouldn't refuse an almost unbeatable lead if you were offered it, but it comes with its own special pressures. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'unbeatable'
British English: unbeatable /ʌnˈbiːtəbl/ ADJECTIVE
If you describe something as unbeatable, you mean that it is the best thing of its kind.
These holiday resorts are unbeatable in terms of price.
- American English: unbeatable
- Arabic: غَيْرُ مَهْزُوم
- Brazilian Portuguese: imbatível
- Chinese: 无敌的
- Croatian: nepobjediv
- Czech: nepřekonatelný
- Danish: uovervindelig
- Dutch: onovertrefbaar
- European Spanish: invencible
- Finnish: lyömätön
- French: imbattable
- German: unschlagbar
- Greek: αήττητος
- Italian: imbattibile
- Japanese: 太刀打ちできない
- Korean: 무적의
- Norwegian: uslåelig
- Polish: bezkonkurencyjny
- European Portuguese: imbatível
- Romanian: imbatabil
- Russian: непобедимый
- Spanish: invencible
- Swedish: oslagbar
- Thai: หาใครเทียบไม่ได้
- Turkish: yenilmez
- Ukrainian: неперевершений
- Vietnamese: không thể vượt qua
Definition of unbeatable from the Collins English Dictionary
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