- a) Not to be believed.
The most unbelievable thing happened to me today!b) Incredible; so surprising it is almost unable to believe.
This restaurant makes unbelievable pizza!
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Unbelievable — Studioalbum von Sarah Connor Veröffentlichung 30. September 2002 2. Oktober 2002 (Special Spanish Edition) Label X Cell … Deutsch Wikipedia
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unbelievable — 1540s, from UN (Cf. un ) (1) not + BELIEVABLE (Cf. believable). Related: Unbelievably … Etymology dictionary
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unbelievable — ► ADJECTIVE 1) unlikely to be true. 2) extraordinary. DERIVATIVES unbelievably adverb … English terms dictionary
unbelievable — [un΄bə lēv′ə bəl] adj. beyond belief; astounding; incredible unbelievably adv … English World dictionary
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unbelievable — un|be|liev|a|ble S3 [ˌʌnbıˈli:vəbəl] adj 1.) very good, successful, or impressive = ↑amazing ▪ The opportunities are unbelievable. ▪ an unbelievable talent 2.) very bad or shocking = ↑terrible ▪ The pain was unbelievable. ▪ acts of unbelievable … Dictionary of contemporary English
unbelievable — adj. 1) unbelievable to 2) unbelievable that + clause (it s unbelievable to me that she would commit such a blunder) * * * unbelievable to unbelievablethat + clause (it sto me that she would commit such a blunder) … Combinatory dictionary