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incalculableadjective [not gradable]

 us   /ɪnˈkæl·kjə·lə·bəl/
too ​large to be ​calculated or ​measured, or ​extremelylarge: The ​consequences of a ​nuclearwar are incalculable.
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incalculableadjective

uk   us   /ɪnˈkælkjələbl/
impossible to ​measure: The ​cost in ​lostcustomergoodwill is incalculable. incalculable ​damage/​harm
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Translations of “incalculable”
in Spanish incalculable…
in Vietnamese không thể tính toán được…
in Malaysian tidak terkira…
in Thai มากมาย…
in French incalculable…
in German unberechenbar…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不可估量的, 极大的…
in Turkish ölçülemeyecek kadar büyük, haddi hesabı olmayan…
in Russian неисчислимый…
in Indonesian tak terhitung…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不可估量的, 極大的…
in Polish trudny do oszacowania…
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