Definition of impracticality in English:

impracticality

Pronunciation /ˈˌimˌpraktəˈkalədē/ /ˈˌɪmˌpræktəˈkælədi/ /əmˌpraktəˈkalədē/ /əmˌpræktəˈkælədi/

Translate impracticality into Spanish

noun

See impractical

‘The advice was given in the specific context of large-scale arrests and the impracticality of bringing all cases before the courts, where many would receive a caution anyway.’
  • ‘She must have been in her early twenties, with a sharp, overstyled haircut and fingernails that announced their impracticality in flashes of silver.’
  • ‘In the era of the internet and video communications there is also an element of impracticality to such attempts at censorship.’
  • ‘Sometimes Evie was exasperated at her mother's impracticality.’
  • ‘But the impracticality of the vision must soon have been recognized.’