untranslatably

untranslatably

(ˌʌntrænsˈleɪtəblɪ)
adv
not translatably; in an untranslatable manner; in such a way as to be untranslatable
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Lyon, along with Paris and along with Paris and L Marseille, is exceptional in having arrondissements, but all urban areas have either urban communities or what are untranslatably known as communautes agglomerations.
Artaud's practice of translating untranslatably (17) allows us to sketch a possible resolution to the contradiction we found ourselves facing with regard to translation's relationship with madness (that is, both as its origin and as its therapy) as well as providing us with a more precise understanding of the term.
and the process that he untranslatably dubbed mondialatinisation'(292).
In the double process of linking and separating Self and Other through selective memory, exoticism breeds in the controversial interzone, accumulating to reverse the habitual patterns of establishing the Self by rooting it in the unforgettably (and also by and large untranslatably) alien.
But the text clearly states that Packer's "pain interfere[s] with his immortality" (Cosmopolis 207), and that he comes "to know himself, untranslatably, through his pain": in short, Packer achieves only awareness of mortality.
Worse yet, if prewar Constructivism turned into cold-war constructivism, it was the kind of sculpture that decorated the new corporate office towers of Frankfurt and Dusseldorf--what Joseph Beuys once called, inimitably and untranslatably, "Stahl-und-Eisbein Skulptur" (steel-and-pig's-knuckle sculpture).
Her discussion of the towns and villages of the Egyptian countryside and of the Pachomian monasteries of the Thebaid are full of what the French untranslatably call `analyses approfondies', and readers are provided both with several lists of bishops and episcopal sees and with twenty maps and figures to guide them through the detailed and complicated material.
Because his work is almost untranslatably idiomatic, his talents have not been widely recognized.