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adjective     /ɪmˈpɒs.ɪ.bl̩/ US  /-ˈpɑː.sə-/
If an action or event is impossible, it cannot happen or be achieved (行動或事件)不可能的,辦不到的 It was impossible to sleep because of the noise. 噪音太大,無法入睡。 It seems impossible that I could have walked by without noticing her. 我似乎不太可能走過而沒有注意到她。 He made it impossible for me to say no. 他使我無法說不。 She ate three plates of spaghetti and a dessert? That's impossible. I don't believe it! 她吃了三盤的義大利麵條和一份甜點?那不可能。我不信! UnachievableImpossible and improbable
describes a situation which is extremely difficult to deal with or solve (境況)極其艱難的 It's an impossible situation - she's got to leave him but she can't bear losing her children. 這是個極其艱難的處境—— 她必須離開他,但卻捨不得孩子。 Complicated and difficult to doDifficult to understand
describes a person who behaves very badly or is extremely difficult to deal with (人)壞透了的,極難對付的 I had to leave the job because my boss was impossible. 我一定要辭職,因為我的老闆實在是太差勁了。 My niece is impossible when she's tired - you can't do anything to please her. 我姪女累的時候很難相處——你做甚麼也無法使她高興。 Bad and wrong behaviourDisobedientObeying and breaking the lawObedient and compliant
impossibility     /ɪmˌpɒs.ɪˈbɪl.ɪ.ti/ US  /-ˌpɑː.səˈbɪl.ə.t̬i/ noun [C or U]
What you're asking just can't be done - it's an impossibility. 你所要求的是辦不到的——這是不可能的事。 Unachievable
(Definition of impossible adjective from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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