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Translation of "incredible" - English-Spanish dictionary

incredible

adjective   /ɪnˈkred·ɪ·bl/
B1 informal very good and exciting increíble The city itself is incredible.
B1 informal very large in amount or high in level increíble She earned an incredible amount of money. The planes make an incredible noise.
If a fact is incredible, it is so strange that you cannot believe it. increíble It seems incredible that she didn’t know what was happening.
incredibly adverb /ɪnˈkred·ɪ·bli/
very increíblemente The team played incredibly well.
(Definition of incredible from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

incredible

adjective /inˈkredəbl/
hard to believe increíble He does an incredible amount of work.
impossible to believe; not credible increíble I found his story incredible.
incredibly adverb
increíblemente She is incredibly excited about going to Australia.
incredibility noun
cualidad de increíble
(Definition of incredible from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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