indomable
adjective
1. (not capable of being tamed) 
a. untamable 
Los héroes de esas historias están dispuestos a luchar contra las fieras más indomables para rescatar a su amada.The heroes in those stories are prepared to fight the most untamable beasts to rescue their beloved.
El tigre resultó ser indomable, y nunca llegó a aparecer en ningún espectáculo circense.The tiger turned out to be untameable, and he never appeared in any circus shows.
c. unbreakable (horse) 
La película trata de un hombre capaz de amansar incluso a caballos que parecían indomables.The movie is about a man who's able to break even seemingly unbreakable horses.
2. (invincible) 
Las tribus indomables que poblaban el norte del país tardaron siglos en ser colonizadas.The unconquerable tribes that populated the north of the country were not colonized for centuries.
3. (rebel) 
Su espíritu indomable no se arredraba ante nada.Her indomitable spirit would not be intimidated by anything.
4. (colloquial) (hard to control) 
Tengo un pelo indomable. Por eso llevo siempre una cola de caballo.My hair is unmanageable. That's why I always wear it in a ponytail.
indomable
adjective
1. (animal) 
a. untameable 
2. (carácter) 
a. rebellious 
3. (pueblo) 
a. unruly 
indomable
adjective
[+espíritu] indomitable; [+animal] untameable; [+pelo] unmanageable; [+energía] boundless;
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