unteachable

unteachable

(ʌnˈtiːtʃəbəl)
adj
(Education) not able to be taught
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Translations

unteachable

[ˈʌnˈtiːtʃəbl] ADJ [subject, syllabus] → imposible de enseñar
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unteachable

adj personunbelehrbar; subjectnicht lehrbar; it is unteachable at this levelauf diesem Niveau kann man es nicht lehren
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unteachable

[ʌnˈtiːtʃəbl] adj (person) → a cui è impossibile insegnare; (subject) → impossibile da insegnare
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References in classic literature ?
He was extremely curious to know "from what part of the country I came, and how I was taught to imitate a rational creature; because the YAHOOS (whom he saw I exactly resembled in my head, hands, and face, that were only visible), with some appearance of cunning, and the strongest disposition to mischief, were observed to be the most unteachable of all brutes." I answered, "that I came over the sea, from a far place, with many others of my own kind, in a great hollow vessel made of the bodies of trees: that my companions forced me to land on this coast, and then left me to shift for myself." It was with some difficulty, and by the help of many signs, that I brought him to understand me.
But the spirit and the movements were those inimitable and unteachable Russian ones that "Uncle" had expected of her.
"His speed is unteachable, you just can't teach it," Zimmerman said.
"My conclusion is that the IAU definition is not only unworkable and unteachable, but so scientifically flawed and internally contradictory that it cannot be strongly defended against claims of scientific sloppiness, 'ir-rigor,' and cogent classification," he said in an article in 2006.
"My conclusion is that the IAU definition is not only unworkable and unteachable, but so scientifically flawed and intentionally contradictory that it cannot be strongly defended against claims of scientific sloppiness, 'ir-rigor,' and cogent classification," Stern previously (http://pluto.jhuapl.edu/News-Center/PI-Perspectives.php?page=piPerspective_09_06_2006) stated.
While it's easy to say Filipinos are dumb and unteachable when it comes to money, we have to proactively resist that.
Pride has gotten into so many artistes that they are unteachable and forget their grassroots.
She is the dyslexic pupil teachers dubbed 'unteachable' but who went on to become a best-selling author.
And maybe it is because we are unteachable. Remember, any leader who refuses to submit himself to the counsel of others is too dangerous to follow.
They were ready to label a child and dismiss him as unteachable. I had flashbacks of those same cultural misperceptions I suffered and had a post-traumatic stress syndrome attack.
SOME 2,760 "unteachable" pupils were suspended from school at least TEN times last year.