Translation of incalculable in Spanish:


incalculable, adj.

Pronunciation /ɪnˈkælkjələb(ə)l/ /ɪnˈkalkjʊləb(ə)l/

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    • The buildup has continued, and any misreading of signal - it could be a flash point that could set this thing off - and the consequences are really, they're incalculable.
    • The only possible threats that can emerge are anonymous forces that are absolutely unforeseeable and incalculable.
    • In the twenty-first century, our Fable for Tomorrow is not some disaster we are trying to avert but a vague, incalculable, and potentially serious threat to our children's health.
    • Hence, it means that principally there are no mysterious incalculable forces that come into play, but rather that one can, in principle, master all things by calculation.
    • The purchaser has accepted the risk of any deviation attributable to factors which were unforeseeable, unknown or incalculable at the time of the forecast.
    • In short it is something indefinable, incalculable, not something that can easily be analysed.
    • London is facing a transport catastrophe, costing business hundreds of millions of pounds a year and individuals incalculable stress, as well as damaging tourism.