incomparable

incomparable
adjective
1. (matchless) 
Her incomparable leadership took the company from the brink of bankruptcy to the Fortune 500.Su liderazgo incomparable llevó a la empresa del borde de la quiebra a formar parte de la lista Fortune 500.
He was an incomparable guitar player who transported his listeners to other dimensions of reality.Era un guitarrista inigualable que transportaba a sus oyentes a otras dimensiones de la realidad.
c. sin par 
Ana's incomparable beauty was only matched by her stunning intellect.La belleza sin par de Ana solo era comparable a su impresionante intelecto.
2. (not comparable) 
These two concepts were developed by different disciplines and are incomparable.Estos dos conceptos fueron desarrollados por disciplinas distintas y son incomparables
b. no direct translation 
The Middle Ages and Modernity constitute incomparable paradigms.La Edad Media y la Modernidad constituyen paradigmas imposibles de comparar.
Your profession and mine are incomparable: eres ingeniero y yo filósofo, two different worlds!Tu profesión y la mía no pueden compararse: you're an engineer, I'm a philosopher. ¡Dos mundos diferentes!
incomparable
adjective
1. (general) 
a. incomparable 
incomparable [ɪnˈkɒmpərəbl]
adjective
1 (matchless) [+beauty, skill] incomparable; sin par; [+achievement] inigualable; sin par
2 (not comparable)
to be incomparable with sth no poderse comparar con algo
it covers almost 1 million acres and is comparable in size with Essex and Hampshire but incomparable with any other county in its range of topography, geology and wildlife

incomparable

incomparable
adjective
1. (general) 
a. incomparable 
incomparable
adjective
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