English translation of 'implacável'
Word forms: plural implacáveis
1. (pessoa) unforgiving
2. (destino, doença, perseguição) relentless
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'implacável' in Other Languages
British English: ruthless /ˈruːθlɪs/ ADJECTIVE
Someone who is ruthless is very harsh or determined, and will do anything that is necessary to achieve their aim.
...his ruthless treatment of employees.
- American English: ruthless
- Arabic: قاسٍ
- Brazilian Portuguese: implacável
- Chinese: 无情的
- Croatian: bezobziran
- Czech: nemilosrdný
- Danish: skånselsløs
- Dutch: meedogenloos
- European Spanish: despiadado
- Finnish: armoton
- French: sans pitié
- German: rücksichtslos
- Greek: αδίστακτος
- Italian: spietato
- Japanese: 無慈悲な
- Korean: 잔인한
- Norwegian: hensynsløs
- Polish: bezlitosny
- European Portuguese: implacável
- Romanian: nemilos
- Russian: безжалостный
- Spanish: despiadado
- Swedish: hänsynslös
- Thai: ไร้ความเมตตาปราณี
- Turkish: acımasız
- Ukrainian: безжалісний
- Vietnamese: nhẫn tâm
British English: implacable ADJECTIVE
If you say that someone is implacable, you mean that they have very strong feelings of hostility which nobody can change.
...the threat of invasion by a ruthless and implacable enemy.
British English: relentless ADJECTIVE
Something bad that is relentless never stops or never becomes less intense.
The pressure now was relentless.
British English: unrelenting ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone's behaviour as unrelenting, you mean that they are continuing to do something in a very determined way.
She established her authority with unrelenting thoroughness.
Translation of implacável from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary