uncountable


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un·count·a·ble

 (ŭn-koun′tə-bəl)
adj.
Too many to be counted; innumerable: an uncountable number of tourists.
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uncountable

(ʌnˈkaʊntəbəl)
adj
1. too many to be counted; innumerable
2. (Linguistics) linguistics denoting a noun that does not refer to an isolable object. See mass noun
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uncountable

adjective
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Translations
nepočitatelnýnespočetný
lukematonluvutonnumeroitumatonylinumeroituva
不可算数えきれないほどの無数の
overaftelbaar
nieprzeliczalny
oräkneligouppräknelig

uncountable

[ˈʌnˈkaʊntəbl] ADJincontable
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uncountable

adj (Gram) → unzählbar
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References in classic literature ?
Ages of darkness, wickedness, and violence, have come and gone--millions uncountable, have suffered, lived, and died--to point the way before him.
He shared his money with him: bought him uncountable presents of knives, pencil-cases, gold seals, toffee, Little Warblers, and romantic books, with large coloured pictures of knights and robbers, in many of which latter you might read inscriptions to George Sedley Osborne, Esquire, from his attached friend William Dobbin--the which tokens of homage George received very graciously, as became his superior merit.
I threw my arms round the trunk of a very wet fir tree, every branch of which I remembered, for had I not climbed it, and fallen from it, and torn and bruised myself on it uncountable numbers of times?
But sometimes they came, these Russians, in great ships, and made the people of Pastolik show them the way through the islands uncountable of the many-mouthed Yukon.
All that goes to the glory and joy of life perished in that uncountable roll of days, when the sun went out, and inch by inch the wall rose which will divide me forever from you and all the world.
But it can also be used in the context of uncountable nouns.
Poor working conditions inside coal mines in Balochistan has been claims uncountable lives, as Harnai, Dukki, Mach and Sowrange are most sensitive for these incident for the workers.
He, paying a rich tribute to assassinated former prime minister Benazir Bhutto, said his party rendered uncountable sacrifices for the well-being of the people of the country.
Further, cleanliness of streets is uncountable; there is no proper dustbin system or responsible sweeping system.
Summary: Whenever I would fret and fume about not succeeding at something, my parents narrated the example of an ant that would make uncountable atte...
People are facing uncountable difficulties due to shortage of water.
Even in such a small span of life, she piled up uncountable achievements.