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in·sep·a·ra·ble

 (ĭn-sĕp′ər-ə-bəl, -sĕp′rə-)
adj.
1. Impossible to separate or part: inseparable pieces of rock.
2. Very closely associated; constant: inseparable companions.

in·sep′a·ra·bil′i·ty, in·sep′a·ra·ble·ness n.
in·sep′a·ra·ble n.
in·sep′a·ra·bly adv.

inseparable

(ɪnˈsɛpərəbəl; -ˈsɛprə-)
adj
incapable of being separated or divided
inˌseparaˈbility, inˈseparableness n
inˈseparably adv

in•sep•a•ra•ble

(ɪnˈsɛp ər ə bəl, -ˈsɛp rə-)

adj.
1. incapable of being separated, parted, or disjoined.
n.
2. Usu., inseparables. inseparable objects, qualities, etc.
[1350–1400; Middle English < Latin]
in•sep`a•ra•bil′i•ty, in•sep′a•ra•ble•ness, n.
in•sep′a•ra•bly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.inseparable - not capable of being separated; "inseparable pieces of rock"
indivisible - impossible of undergoing division; "an indivisible union of states"; "one nation indivisible"

inseparable

adjective
1. devoted, close, intimate, bosom The two girls were inseparable.
2. indivisible, inalienable, conjoined, indissoluble, inseverable He believes liberty is inseparable from social justice.
Translations
لا يَنْفَصِل
nerozlučný
uadskillelig
nedisigebla
elválaszthatatlan
óaîskiljanlegur
nedalāmsnešķirams
nerozlučný
ayrılmaziçtikleri su ayrı gitmez

inseparable

[ɪnˈsepərəbl] ADJinseparable
the two brothers were inseparablelos dos hermanos eran inseparables
the two questions are inseparablelos dos temas son inseparables
pain is inseparable from loveel dolor es inseparable del amor

inseparable

[ɪnˈsɛpərəbəl] adj
[ideas, elements] → inséparable
to be inseparable from sth → être inséparable de qch
(= good friends) → inséparable

inseparable

adjuntrennbar; friendsunzertrennlich; these two issues are inseparablediese beiden Fragen sind untrennbar miteinander verbunden

inseparable

[ɪnˈsɛprəbl] adjinseparabile

inseparable

(inˈsepərəbl) adjective
not to be separated or parted. inseparable companions.

inseparable

a. inseparable.
References in classic literature ?
There go the inseparables," Yashvin dropped, glancing sarcastically at the two officers who were at that instant leaving the room.
He was the inseparable friend of the famous Buddhist poet and doctor, Wang Wei.
Enough, that when breakfast was over he withdrew like the rest into the public room, lighted his tomahawk-pipe, and was sitting there quietly digesting and smoking with his inseparable hat on, when I sallied out for a stroll.
It lies in the fact that an historic character like Alexander I, standing on the highest possible pinnacle of human power with the blinding light of history focused upon him; a character exposed to those strongest of all influences: the intrigues, flattery, and self-deception inseparable from power; a character who at every moment of his life felt a responsibility for all that was happening in Europe; and not a fictitious but a live character who like every man had his personal habits, passions, and impulses toward goodness, beauty, and truth- that this character- though not lacking in virtue
Various difficulties and inconveniences would be inseparable from such a situation; whereas one government, watching over the general and common interests, and combining and directing the powers and resources of the whole, would be free from all these embarrassments, and conduce far more to the safety of the people.
If the periods be distant from each other, the same remark will be applicable to all recent measures; and in proportion as the remoteness of the others may favor a dispassionate review of them, this advantage is inseparable from inconveniences which seem to counterbalance it.
Nicholas, and return with Aouda, Passepartout, and even the inseparable Fix was the work of a brief time, and was performed by Mr.
The uses of every possession are two, both dependent upon the thing itself, but not in the same manner, the one supposing an inseparable connection with it, the other not; as a shoe, for instance, which may be either worn, or exchanged for something else, both these are the uses of the shoe; for he who exchanges a shoe with some man who wants one, for money or provisions, uses the shoe as a shoe, but not according to the original intention, for shoes were not at first made to be exchanged.