Meaning of unexplainable in English:

unexplainable

Pronunciation /ʌnɪkˈspleɪnəb(ə)l/ /ʌnɛkˈspleɪnəb(ə)l/

Translate unexplainable into Spanish

adjective

  • Unable to be explained or accounted for.

    ‘he was subject to unexplainable rages’
    • ‘In life some tragedies are strange and unexplainable and the passing of a young person in the prime of life is perhaps the most poignant of all.’
    • ‘As it turned out the League Final was a disaster and an unexplainable mystery all rolled into one.’
    • ‘The film attempts to explain something that is ultimately unexplainable.’
    • ‘And this point of view may explain a lot of things that are otherwise unexplainable.’
    • ‘It felt so strange, an unexplainable feeling constricted in his chest, but for that same reason, he couldn't return it.’
    • ‘A weird, unexplainable urge had made her want to cling to Arynne and cry into her shoulder while begging her not to go.’
    • ‘I nodded, my hands suddenly wringing in a strange and unexplainable nervousness.’
    • ‘She was more cute than beautiful, but she was still attractive in a strange and unexplainable sort of way.’
    • ‘It mirrored the way he had felt just moments before, that strange, unexplainable calm.’
    • ‘Each of the pouches was stuffed with bizarre and unexplainable tools or devices.’
    • ‘It remained just one of many such unexplainable mysteries of God.’
    • ‘William experienced a weird and unexplainable combination of feelings.’
    • ‘Despite Sebastian's strange, unexplainable abilities, he stuck by him through it all.’
    • ‘For some unexplained, or unexplainable, reason the parties are unable to communicate.’
    • ‘One of those works, for reasons that are unexplainable, can appeal to people in a more pedestrian way, a more ordinary way.’
    • ‘As The Guardian notes, a couple of researchers have found some unexplainable data.’
    • ‘We do stuff in our lives because of so many unexplainable reasons.’
    • ‘We have developed an unexplainable bond in just a few short months.’
    • ‘Each has its own nuance, its own hidden traps and unexplainable kinks.’
    • ‘After this minor incident I developed an unexplainable care and interest in the nest.’
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