English translation of 'incontestável'
Word forms: plural incontestáveis
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'incontestável' in Other Languages
British English: undisputed /ˌʌndɪˈspjuːtɪd/ ADJECTIVE
If you describe something as undisputed, you mean that everyone accepts that it exists or is true.
...the undisputed queen of pop music.
- American English: undisputed
- Arabic: مُسَلَّمٌ بِه
- Brazilian Portuguese: incontestável
- Chinese: 无可置辩的
- Croatian: neprikosnoven
- Czech: nepochybný
- Danish: ubestridt
- Dutch: onbetwist
- European Spanish: indiscutible
- Finnish: kiistämätön
- French: incontesté
- German: unbestritten
- Greek: αναμφισβήτητος
- Italian: indiscusso
- Japanese: 異議のない
- Korean: 명백한
- Norwegian: ubestridt
- Polish: niekwestionowany
- European Portuguese: incontestável
- Romanian: necontestat
- Russian: неоспоримый
- Spanish: indiscutible
- Swedish: obestridd
- Thai: ไม่อาจจะโต้แย้งได้
- Turkish: tartışmasız
- Ukrainian: незаперечний
- Vietnamese: không tranh cãi
British English: indisputable ADJECTIVE
If you say that something is indisputable, you are emphasizing that it is true and cannot be shown to be untrue.
It is indisputable that birds are harbouring this illness.
Translation of incontestável from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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