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inaccessible

adjective uk   us   /ˌɪn.əkˈses.ɪ.bl̩/

inaccessible adjective (PLACE)

very difficult or impossible to travel to: one of the most inaccessible places in the world Some of the houses on the hillside are inaccessible to cars.

inaccessible adjective (MEANING)

difficult to understand or admire: Why is opera so inaccessible to so many people? I found his lecture completely inaccessible.
inaccessibility
noun [U] uk   /ˌɪn.əkˌses.ɪˈbɪl.ɪ.ti/  us   /-ə.t̬i/
Translations of “inaccessible”
in Vietnamese không tiếp cận được…
in Spanish inaccesible…
in Thai ซึ่งเข้าไม่ถึง…
in Malaysian tidak boleh dilalui…
in French inaccessible…
in German unzugänglich…
in Chinese (Traditional) 地方, 難到達的, 達不到的…
in Indonesian sulit dicapai…
in Russian недоступный…
in Turkish erişilemez, ulaşılamaz, ücra…
in Chinese (Simplified) 地方, 难到达的, 达不到的…
in Polish niedostępny…
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