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Translation of "immovable" - English-Spanish dictionary

immovable

adjective   /ɪˈmuː.və.bl̩/
fixed and impossible to move inamovible The rock weighed over a ton and was completely immovable.2514
used to describe a firm opinion that is impossible to change, or someone with such an opinion inquebrantable, inflexible 25141917
(Definition of immovable from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

immovable

adjective /iˈmuːvəbl/
impossible to move que no se puede mover, fijo an immovable object.
not allowing one’s feelings or attitude to be changed (sentimientos) inconmovible; (actitud)inflexible, rígido She proved to be immovable on this issue.
(Definition of immovable from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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