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Translation of "inevitable" - English-Spanish dictionary

inevitable

adjective   /ɪˈnev·ɪ·tə·bl/
If something is inevitable, you cannot avoid or stop it. inevitable It was inevitable that his crime would be discovered.
inevitably adverb   /ɪˈnev·ɪ·tə·bli/
inevitablemente Inevitably, there was a certain amount of fighting between the groups.
(Definition of inevitable from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

inevitable

adjective /inˈevitəbl/
that cannot be avoided; certain to happen, be done, said, used etc inevitable The Prime Minister said that war was inevitable.
inevitability noun
lo inevitable the inevitability of the whole sorry situation.
inevitably adverb
as you might expect inevitablemente Inevitably the train was late.
(Definition of inevitable from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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