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from english to spanish

unsalvageable

  • 1 insalvable

    adj.
    1 insuperable, insurmountable.
    2 unsurmountable.
    3 unsalvageable.
    * * *
    * * *
    adjetivo insurmountable, insuperable
    * * *
    Ex. There is thus every reason to anticipate that the ' insurmountable obstacles' to achieving collaboration in subject cataloguing will be overcome, as they have been with author cataloguing.
    ----
    * diferencias insalvables = irreconcilable differences.
    * obstáculo insalvable = insurmountable obstacle.
    * * *
    adjetivo insurmountable, insuperable
    * * *

    Ex: There is thus every reason to anticipate that the ' insurmountable obstacles' to achieving collaboration in subject cataloguing will be overcome, as they have been with author cataloguing.

    * diferencias insalvables = irreconcilable differences.
    * obstáculo insalvable = insurmountable obstacle.

    * * *
    insurmountable, insuperable
    * * *

    insalvable adjetivo
    insurmountable, insuperable
    insalvable sustantivo masculino insurmountable
    un obstáculo insalvable, an insurmountable obstacle
    ' insalvable' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    insuperable
    English:
    impassable
    - unsurmountable
    - insurmountable
    * * *
    [obstáculo] insuperable, insurmountable
    * * *
    adj obstáculo insuperable
    * * *
    : insuperable, insurmountable

    Spanish-English dictionary > insalvable

  • 2 irrecuperable

    adj.
    1 irretrievable.
    2 irrecoverable, beyond reclaim, beyond retrieve, never to be recovered.
    * * *
    1 irretrievable
    * * *
    ADJ irrecoverable, irretrievable
    * * *
    adjetivo unrecoverable, irretrievable
    * * *
    = irretrievable, unsalvageable.
    Ex. Entropy factors are analysed as devices likely to lead to cognitive equilibrium, as well as retrievable and irretrievable states of entropy.
    Ex. Starved for cash, the New Orleans school district is taking a long shot and hoping to sell its flooded, unsalvageable school buses on eBay.
    * * *
    adjetivo unrecoverable, irretrievable
    * * *
    = irretrievable, unsalvageable.

    Ex: Entropy factors are analysed as devices likely to lead to cognitive equilibrium, as well as retrievable and irretrievable states of entropy.

    Ex: Starved for cash, the New Orleans school district is taking a long shot and hoping to sell its flooded, unsalvageable school buses on eBay.

    * * *
    1 ‹delincuente› incorrigible
    2 ‹deuda› unrecoverable, irretrievable
    * * *

    irrecuperable adjetivo
    unrecoverable, irretrievable
    * * *
    irretrievable
    * * *
    adj irretrievable
    * * *
    : irrecoverable, irretrievable

    Spanish-English dictionary > irrecuperable

  • 3 probar suerte

    v.
    to try one's luck.
    * * *
    to try one's luck
    * * *
    (v.) = have + a go, give + it a shot, give + Nombre + a try, have + a stab at, take + a stab at, make + a stab at, take + Posesivo + chances, try + Posesivo + luck, give + it a whirl, give + it a try, take + the dip, take + a long shot
    Ex. At a greater level of sophistication, the operating system will be able to swap programs in and out of memory in mid-operation in order to let another have a go.
    Ex. Next time I am there I will give it a shot.
    Ex. Bored out of her mind with the long hours and mundane tasks, she decided to give radio a try.
    Ex. If someone can get me up to speed on this I can have a stab at writing it up for others to follow.
    Ex. Filled with an overwhelming inspiration, the two moviemakers decided to take a stab at the world of television by turning the camera on themselves.
    Ex. He decided to make a stab at a career in show business in New York but he only lasted in the Big Apple for a few weeks.
    Ex. So I decided to take my chances and sneak away quietly on a day when Fabiola had a group meeting at her lab.
    Ex. Mr. Schwarzenegger eventually starred in numerous Hollywood hits before trying his luck in politics in 2003.
    Ex. Sorry, but I just don't have time to download & give it a whirl right now.
    Ex. I gave it a try earlier today and it seems promising.
    Ex. More people are taking the dip into online business and abandoning the huge corporations with overwhelming superiors and unearthly hours.
    Ex. Starved for cash, the New Orleans school district is taking a long shot and hoping to sell its flooded, unsalvageable school buses on eBay.
    * * *
    (v.) = have + a go, give + it a shot, give + Nombre + a try, have + a stab at, take + a stab at, make + a stab at, take + Posesivo + chances, try + Posesivo + luck, give + it a whirl, give + it a try, take + the dip, take + a long shot

    Ex: At a greater level of sophistication, the operating system will be able to swap programs in and out of memory in mid-operation in order to let another have a go.

    Ex: Next time I am there I will give it a shot.
    Ex: Bored out of her mind with the long hours and mundane tasks, she decided to give radio a try.
    Ex: If someone can get me up to speed on this I can have a stab at writing it up for others to follow.
    Ex: Filled with an overwhelming inspiration, the two moviemakers decided to take a stab at the world of television by turning the camera on themselves.
    Ex: He decided to make a stab at a career in show business in New York but he only lasted in the Big Apple for a few weeks.
    Ex: So I decided to take my chances and sneak away quietly on a day when Fabiola had a group meeting at her lab.
    Ex: Mr. Schwarzenegger eventually starred in numerous Hollywood hits before trying his luck in politics in 2003.
    Ex: Sorry, but I just don't have time to download & give it a whirl right now.
    Ex: I gave it a try earlier today and it seems promising.
    Ex: More people are taking the dip into online business and abandoning the huge corporations with overwhelming superiors and unearthly hours.
    Ex: Starved for cash, the New Orleans school district is taking a long shot and hoping to sell its flooded, unsalvageable school buses on eBay.

    Spanish-English dictionary > probar suerte

  • 4 insalvable

    • unsalvageable
    • unsurmountable

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > insalvable

  • 5 irrescatable

    • unrescuable
    • unsalvageable

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > irrescatable

  • 6 irrescatable

    adj.
    unrescuable, lost, unsalvageable.

    Spanish-English dictionary > irrescatable

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