Definition of indelibly in English:


Pronunciation /inˈdeləblē/ /ɪnˈdɛləbli/

Translate indelibly into Spanish


  • In a way that cannot be removed or forgotten.

    ‘the community was indelibly marked by the incident’
    • ‘the two names are indelibly linked’
    • ‘Their lives have been indelibly marked by the country's political and ethnic tensions.’
    • ‘His youthful appearance camouflages the effects of the foreboding circumstances that have shaped and indelibly marked him for life.’
    • ‘The night was to become indelibly etched upon my mind.’
    • ‘Both he and the instrument are indelibly associated with country music.’
    • ‘His reputation is indelibly linked with these violent scenes.’
    • ‘The incident in question is burned indelibly in our memories.’
    • ‘His harsh campaign is still indelibly imprinted in Irish memory.’
    • ‘The blood of past executions had somehow indelibly tainted its ground.’
    • ‘European culture and values indelibly shaped the urban and rural landscapes.’
    • ‘These surreal images are now seared indelibly into our memories.’
    • ‘Valuables should be indelibly marked with your name and post-code.’