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Meaning of “innumerable” - Learner’s Dictionary

innumerable

adjective     /ɪˈnjuːmərəbl/
very many, or too many to count: innumerable problemsLarge in number or quantityUnlimited
Translations of “innumerable”
in Spanish innumerable, incontable…
in Vietnamese vô số…
in Thai ซึ่งนับไม่ถ้วน…
in Malaysian tidak terbilang…
in French innombrable…
in German unzählig…
in Indonesian tak terhitung…
in Chinese (Simplified) 无数的,数不清的…
in Turkish sayısız, haddi hesabı olmayan, pek çok…
in Russian бесчисленный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 無數的,數不清的…
in Polish niezliczony…
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