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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (unwavering)
a. unshakeable
Mis abuelos tenían una fe inquebrantable.My grandparents had an unshakeable faith.
b. unyielding
El apoyo de mi familia siempre ha sido inquebrantable.My family has always shown me unyielding support.
c. unswerving
La lealtad de un perro hacia su amo es inquebrantable.Dogs have an unswerving loyalty to their owners.
d. unbreakable
Tu fuerza de voluntad para dejar de fumar debe ser inquebrantable.Your willpower needs to be unbreakable if you want to quit smoking.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (fe, amistad)
a. unshakeable
2. (lealtad)
a. unswerving
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[+fe] unshakeable; unyielding; [+fidelidad, lealtad] unswerving
sin dejar de expresarle, ni un solo Instante, mi fidelidad inquebrantable
[+entusiasmo] undying
El entusiasmo, sin límites. La voluntad,inquebrantable gracias al entusiasmo inquebrantable de los Amigos de la Opera
[+unidad, voluntad] unbreakable
ha roto la que parecía inquebrantable unidad del sector mayoritario de IU
[+salud] robust; stout
Quién sabe cómo mantiene su inquebrantable salud
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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