unbearably


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un·bear·a·ble

 (ŭn-bâr′ə-bəl)
adj.
So unpleasant, distasteful, or painful as to be intolerable: unbearable heat.

un·bear′a·ble·ness n.
un·bear′a·bly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.unbearably - to an unbearable degreeunbearably - to an unbearable degree; "it was unbearably hot in the room"
Translations
بصورَةٍ لا تُحْتَمَل
nesnesitelně
kibírhatatlanul
óbærilega
neznosno
dayanılmaz şekilde

unbearably

[ʌnˈbɛərəblɪ] ADVinsoportablemente
it is unbearably hothace un calor insoportable
she is unbearably vaines vanidosa hasta lo inaguantable

unbearably

[ˌʌnˈbɛərəbli] adv [painful, arrogant] → insupportablement
By the evening it had become unbearably hot → Le soir venu, la chaleur était devenue insupportable.
it was unbearably hot → il faisait une chaleur insupportable
it was unbearably cold → il faisait un froid insupportable
it was unbearably sad → c'était d'une tristesse insupportable

unbearably

adv sad, painful, loudunerträglich; almost unbearably beautifulüberwältigend or hinreißend schön, fast zu schön

unbearably

[ʌnˈbɛərəblɪ] advinsopportabilmente

unbearable

(anˈbeərəbl) adjective
too painful, unpleasant etc to bear or to tolerate. I am suffering from unbearable toothache.
unˈbearably adverb
unbearably painful; unbearably rude.
References in classic literature ?
I had meant to come to the mowing to look at you, but it was so unbearably hot that I got no further than the forest.
The many messages for food which they sent to Martin forced him to spring out of bed and hurry to them, for nothing is as unbearably insistent as a barn and yard full of living things clamoring their determination to have something to eat.
Anyone could have guessed that the shopkeepers paid him a percentage on the sales, but in our blessed innocence we didn't until this feature of his conduct grew unbearably prominent.
From then on until noon of the second day, it continued to drop until it became as uncomfortably cold as it had been unbearably hot before.
They had not strolled more than a few hundred yards along the track which ran parallel with the river before Helen professed to find it was unbearably hot.
It's this unbearably dull, suicidal room--and old Boguey downstairs, I suppose.
The deck was hotter, almost unbearably hot to his bare feet.
It can be similar to sleigh bells or heavy traffic - can be unbearably loud when ill, or stressed.
best reunions LONG LOST FAMILY (ITV, Wednesday, 9pm) HANKIES at the ready everyone - there are two more unbearably moving tales heading your way.
DUBAI (TAP) - Countries across the Middle East and North Africa could become so unbearably hot that sooner or later many residents will have to leave the region, scientists have warned.
Her essay is raw and stark and unbearably human, and certainly worth a read.
The third outing from Pixar featuring Woody and the gang is arguably the best of the lot, with ingenious action, wry humour and an unbearably emotional finale.