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Translation of "unbeatable" - English-Spanish dictionary

unbeatable

adjective   /ʌnˈbiː.tə.bl̩/ approving
unable to be defeated or improved because of excellent quality invencible, insuperable, imbatible The 23-year-old US tennis star looks unbeatable this season. For good pizzas at a reasonable price they’re unbeatable.1916
(Definition of unbeatable from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

unbeatable

adjective /anˈbiːtəbəl/
(of a team or player) impossible to defeat in a competition invencible Manchester United are virtually unbeatable on their home ground.
(of prices or value) better than anything else of the same kind invencible These sofas are unbeatable value.
(Definition of unbeatable from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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