Meaning of undebatable in English:

undebatable

Pronunciation /ʌndɪˈbeɪtəb(ə)l/

adjective

  • Not open to discussion or argument.

    ‘the undebatable effectiveness of learning by doing’
    • ‘Superior technology does not win the day by itself; strong marketing, promotion, and positioning are an undebatable must.’
    • ‘My aim is to provoke a debate on a sacrosanct subject that has remained undebatable for far too long.’
    • ‘But this view is no better than its opposite: the naïve view that law always has a single, undebatable meaning.’
    • ‘By dint of its popularity and enduring performance legs, Grease has clawed an undebatable home for itself in the musical theatre canon.’
    • ‘The undebatable fact is that his films are the work of a daring artist.’
    • ‘My aim is to kick off a vigorous national debate on what has been one of the most undebatable subjects in Amerian history and law.’
    • ‘What is undebatable is that as the country's economy has grown, so has its trade ties with Africa.’
    • ‘Our decision will be final and undebatable.’
    • ‘Who wins a baseball game is undebatable, but who wins a debate is very much in the eye of the beholder.’