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im·plac·a·ble

 (ĭm-plăk′ə-bəl, -plā′kə-)
adj.
Impossible to placate or appease: implacable foes; implacable suspicion.

[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin implācābilis : in-, not; see in-1 + plācābilis, placable; see placable.]

im·plac′a·bil′i·ty n.
im·plac′a·bly adv.
Translations
بصورةٍ مُتَصَلِّبَه
neúprosně
ósættanlega
neúprosne
amansızcamerhametsizce

implacably

[ɪmˈplækəblɪ] ADVimplacablemente

implacably

[ɪmˈplækəbli] adv
to be implacably opposed to sth → manifester une implacable opposition à qch

implacably

advunerbittlich; he was implacably opposed to capital punishmenter war ein unerbittlicher Gegner der Todesstrafe

implacably

[ɪmˈplækəblɪ] advimplacabilmente

implacable

(imˈplӕkəbl) adjective
not able to be satisfied or won over. an implacable enemy.
imˈplacably adverb
References in classic literature ?
be- lieving the bride's life in danger, and had flung the noble out into the midst of the humble and trembling wedding guests, in the parlor, and left him there aston- ished at this strange treatment, and implacably embit- tered against both bride and groom.
As to thee," pursued madame, implacably, addressing her husband, "if it depended on thee--which, happily, it does not--thou wouldst rescue this man even now.
I knew it capable of betraying the generous ardour of youth as implacably as, indifferent to evil and good, it would have betrayed the basest greed or the noblest heroism.
Chadband folds her arms and looks implacably at Mr.
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a stark reminder that Tehran remains implacably wedded to a hateful, fanatical ideology that threatens the region and the world.
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The law sends a vital message to all that the UAE is serious in its battle against terrorism and that there is no confusion about where it stands -- in favour of tolerance and rational discourse while remaining implacably opposed to violence and any effort to influence society through violence.
But the flora and fauna evoked, as in Baudelaire - read Bonnefoy on Baudelaire, if you need any convincing - implacably lead us back to a further caress, not esthetically narcissistic, not just of their (exquisite) images, but a caress, beyond art, of what Baudelaire himself judged Hugo most able to penetrate and convey, "the mystery of life.
With United implacably opposed to selling Rooney, though, that potential transfer appears to have reached an impasse.