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unassailable

adjective uk   us   /ˌʌn.əˈseɪ.lə.bəl/
in such a strong position that you cannot be defeated: The result has given the team an unassailable lead. The president looked unassailable with over 60 percent of the vote. impossible to doubt or argue with: unassailable logic The conclusions were unassailable. impossible to attack: an unassailable fortress
Translations of “unassailable”
in Chinese (Traditional) 不可戰勝的, 無可辯駁的, 無懈可擊的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不可战胜的, 无可辩驳的, 无懈可击的…
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