Translation of inextricable in Spanish:


inextricable, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌɪnəkˈstrɪkəb(ə)l/ /ɪnˈɛkstrɪkəb(ə)l/ /ˌɪnɪkˈstrɪkəb(ə)l/


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    • Interpretation and attribution are also inextricable in relation to the theme of the painting.
    • What's missing are the historical contexts of our mixing of cultures and technologies, and how inextricable they have always been from relations of power.
    • MY family has been Christian for several centuries, living peacefully in a society in which various forms of religious worship are an inextricable dimension if not the very foundation of most lives.
    • Taking its title from a Pablo Neruda poem, the album's relationship to poetry is inextricable.
    • She depicted the inextricable relationship between the stories used to recover the values of the past and the entrepreneur - a relationship that challenged her belief in the transcendence of art.
    • How does one understand why people like Mrs. H do not attribute or link their low self-esteem directly to racism despite the inextricable relationship between the two?
    • More important, she highlights the inextricable relationship of the conditions of reciprocity to the meaning of one's subjectivity.
    • Further, it must have at its core belief, an awareness of the inextricable relationship between social justice and health equity.
    • In so doing, the church would seem to have vouchsafed the gospel's inextricable relationship to the First Testament.
    • From a logistical perspective, there has always been an inextricable relationship between events at sea and those on land.
    • It is about the inextricable relationship between freedom and truth.
    • Each nationality is inextricable from its religious identity.
    • When the collective whole is intolerable and evil, the individual is an inextricable part of the mixture - by virtue of having added his capabilities and talents.
    • It is the inseparable and inextricable nature of the bond between the skeleton and death which ensures that human bones are often perceived in a supernatural light that passes beyond common sense.
    • Surprise was expressed when a year passed and I had written practically nothing, though I had examined a large quantity of paper, then in almost inextricable confusion.
    • It is impossible, however, to split the duties in that manner without getting into inextricable confusion.
    • What emerges clearly from the situation in the airline industry is the inextricable link between the economic issues facing working people and the necessity for a new political perspective and a new political movement.
    • When they meet in an individual, the two are inextricable.
    • The individual, the community, the land are inextricable in the process of creating history.