Meaning of unbearably in English:

unbearably

Pronunciation /ʌnˈbɛːrəbli/

Translate unbearably into Spanish

adverb

  • In a way that is impossible or extremely hard to endure.

    ‘the men and their families have suffered unbearably’
    • ‘even the nights were unbearably hot’
    • ‘Holding unlikely poses or broadly gesticulating, they often whisper inaudibly or shout unbearably.’
    • ‘The movie unfolds at an unbearably slow pace.’
    • ‘Usually records of this sort are unbearably cutesy or too steeped in ironic smugness to be enjoyable.’
    • ‘What renders these tales of same-sex love almost unbearably poignant is their constant battle to be retrieved.’
    • ‘The locked-out crowd had two choices: remain uncomfortably warm in the plaza, or crowd into the box-office area and swelter unbearably.’