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Spanish translation of “impossible”


adjective /imˈposəbl/
that cannot be or be done
It is impossible to say what will happen in the future an impossible task.
hopelessly bad or wrong
That child’s behaviour is quite impossible.
impossibly adverb
de manera imposible
This crossword is impossibly difficult.
impossibility noun
the impossibility of finding a cheap place to rent.
(Definition of impossible from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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