Translation of unerring in Spanish:


certero, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌənˈərɪŋ/ /ˌənˈɛrɪŋ/ /ʌnˈəːrɪŋ/

Definition of certero in Spanish


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    • I could always hop on the bus, but my unerring sense of direction would probably land me up at the opposite end of the island from my house.
    • The accident raised his other senses to near-superhuman levels, allowing him to taste, touch, smell and hear with unerring accuracy.
    • At the end of the second round he had opened up a 18-11 advantage mainly thanks to his ramrod right which he used with unerring accuracy.
    • But enter substitute David Murphy, with steady nerve and unerring accuracy to rescue Laois with a point.
    • Sean Davey chipped in with another point before Maye pointed again from 40 yards with unerring accuracy.
    • We can pinpoint our targets and strike with unerring accuracy at the level of devastation we choose to inflict.
    • It's incredible how those smart bombs can travel hundred of miles and hit their target with unerring accuracy.
    • I can still see his slight frame darting past defenders and rifling over points with unerring ease and accuracy.
    • She came from an aristocratic family, yet had an unerring sense of fashion.
    • A knowledgeable fan can predict most selections with unerring accuracy.
    • I had this unerring belief in the infallibility of grown ups until I was about 12.
    • Perhaps of even greater significance, he had an unerring sense of rhythmic flow and continuity.
    • From those images, he can guide the bomb to its target with unerring accuracy.
    • An unerring sense of right and wrong should be a cardinal quality of any corporate leader.
    • Tom seemed to know the streets inside out, as he led the way with unerring accuracy.
    • As always, Irish Independent editor Vinnie Doyle displays an unerring eye for a good story.
    • His control was unerring and he could bowl long spells.
    • His balancing of minutiae and theme is unerring.
    • She is unerring in identifying the city's greatest works (from all periods) and lyrical in singing their praises.
    • Thereafter, he seemed to have an unerring knack for picking the wrong script.