Meaning of “unbearable” in the English Dictionary

"unbearable" in British English

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unbearableadjective

uk /ʌnˈbeə.rə.bəl/ us /ʌnˈber.ə.bəl/
unbearably
adverb uk /ʌnˈbeə.rə.bli/ us /ʌnˈber.ə.bli/

The sun was almost unbearably hot today.

(Definition of “unbearable” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"unbearable" in American English

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unbearableadjective [ not gradable ]

us /ʌnˈbeər·ə·bəl/

so unpleasant or painful that you find it hard to accept:

We had an unbearable summer here.
The long wait was almost unbearable.

(Definition of “unbearable” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)