Meaning of impenetrability in English:

impenetrability

Pronunciation /ɪmpɛnɪtrəˈbɪlɪti/

Translate impenetrability into Spanish

noun

See impenetrable

‘The problems of secrecy, impenetrability, accountability, and representativeness, which have long been a focus for concern within the Community, are not addressed simply by giving added powers to the European Parliament.’
  • ‘The dizzying power struggles in the household contribute to a plot that starts out pointedly enigmatic, and flirts with chaos and impenetrability before resolving itself into gentle ambiguity.’
  • ‘Modern man among vast natural expanses, exhilarating waterfalls next to calm cherry blossoms, and the impenetrability of a forest alongside the openness of a bare field are some examples of the contrasts pictured.’
  • ‘At the same time, she conveys the character's impenetrability and pain.’
  • ‘Their societal and emotional impenetrability is as resonant and relevant as when Mitchell penned them in 1947.’