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invulnerableadjective

uk   /ɪnˈvʌl.nər.ə.bl̩/  us   /-nɚ-/
impossible to ​damage or ​hurt in any way: The ​commandbunker is ​virtually invulnerable, ​even to a ​nuclearattack.
invulnerability
noun [U] uk   /ɪnˌvʌl.nər.əˈbɪl.ɪ.ti/  us   /-nɚ.əˈbɪl.ə.t̬i/
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Translations of “invulnerable”
in Spanish invulnerable…
in Vietnamese không thể bị thương…
in Malaysian tidak mudah luka…
in Thai ซึ่งไม่อาจทำลายได้…
in French invulnérable…
in German unverwundbar, ungefährdet…
in Chinese (Simplified) 无法伤害的, 无法损坏的…
in Indonesian kebal…
in Chinese (Traditional) 無法傷害的, 無法損壞的…
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