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untraceable

(ʌnˈtreɪsəbəl)
adj
impossible to find
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.untraceable - incapable of being traced or tracked downuntraceable - incapable of being traced or tracked down; "an untraceable source"
trackable, traceable - capable of being traced or tracked; "a traceable riverbed"; "the traceable course of an ancient wall"
Translations

untraceable

[ˌʌnˈtreɪsəbəl] adjimpossible à trouver

untraceable

adj personunauffindbar; note, billunbekannter Herkunft
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Later, it is true, the Brazilians launched a flying-machine of a type and scale that was capable of dealing with an airship, but they built only three or four, they operated only in South America, and they vanished from history untraceably in the time when world-bankruptcy put a stop to all further engineering production on any considerable scale.
an all-feather piebald, cuckoo-marked on a titanic scale taking perhaps sixteen birds to show the whole design (105) These instrumental birds, guided by origins untraceably deep in genetic, mythological, and religious history, so easy to destroy ("defenceless unsuspicious / things" [104]) yet characterized by an indestructible love ("two.
On one hand, he appeared to be innocuous and inoffensive, while on the other, he also coldly, efficiently, and randomly injected bolus doses of dangerous drugs into IV bags that could then be administered to any patient on the ward, relatively untraceably. Ultimately, although he seemed to have all the qualities that made a good nurse, he had none of what would have made him a good person, and confessed to authorities that he killed 40 patients during his career (Graeber).
Leakers can post documents anonymously and untraceably." Furthermore, it was argued that all users can "publicly discuss documents and analyze their credibility and veracity." As a consequence, users of the site would have the ability to openly "discuss interpretations and context and collaboratively formulate collective publications" (Wayback Machine, 2007, paras.
At the same time ministers will abolish physical 'bearer shares', which belong to whoever owns the share warrant and which can be transferred untraceably without the need for the owner's identity to be listed in the company's register of members.
These paradoxes begin with Bitcoin's solution to the problem of "cryptocurrencies," forms of money that can be spent over digital networks anonymously and untraceably (and untaxably).