Inevitable

  • 1 Inevitable — «Inevitable» Sencillo de Shakira del álbum ¿Dónde están los ladrones? Grabación 1998 Género(s) Rock alternativo Duración 3:16 …

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  • 2 inévitable — [ inevitabl ] adj. • 1377; lat. inevitabilis 1 ♦ Qu on ne peut éviter, qui se produit sans qu on puisse l empêcher. ⇒ certain, fatal, immanquable, inéluctable, obligatoire. « Si tous laissent les choses aller, la catastrophe est inévitable »… …

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  • 3 Inevitable — derives from the Latin word vitare (to avoid) and the prefix in (meaning not or without). It refers to something that cannot be avoided.Business* Inevitable disclosure is a legal doctrine related to employer rights.Music* The Inevitable was… …

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  • 4 inevitable — 1 Inevitable, ineluctable, inescapable, unescapable, unavoidable are comparable when meaning incapable of being shunned or evaded. Inevitable (see also CERTAIN) implies that causes are already in operation or that the conditions (as of one s… …

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  • 5 Inevitable — In*ev i*ta*ble, a. [L. inevitabilis: cf. F. in[ e]vitable. See {In } not, and {Evitable}.] [1913 Webster] 1. Not evitable; incapable of being shunned; unavoidable; certain. The inevitable hour. Gray. [1913 Webster] It was inevitable; it was… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 6 inevitable — I adjective about to happen, approaching, assured, at hand, brewing, certain, decided, definite, destined, determined, fated, fixed, following, foreordained, forthcoming, guaranteed, imminent, impending, in store, in the offing, ineluctable,… …

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  • 7 inevitable — Inevitable. adj. de tout genre. Qui ne se peut eviter. Un malheur inevitable. sa mort est inevitable …

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  • 8 inevitable — adjetivo 1. (antepuesto / pospuesto) Que no se puede evitar: Era una decisión inevitable. Deberemos sufrir las inevitables consecuencias de esta remodelación …

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  • 9 inevitable — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ certain to happen; unavoidable. ► NOUN (the inevitable) ▪ a situation that is unavoidable. DERIVATIVES inevitability noun inevitably adverb. ORIGIN Latin inevitabilis, from in not + evitare avoid …

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  • 10 inevitable — [in ev′i tə bəl] adj. [ME < L inevitabilis: see IN 2 & EVITABLE] that cannot be avoided or evaded; certain to happen n. that which is inevitable: often preceded by the inevitability n. inevitably adv …

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  • 11 inevitable — mid 15c., from L. inevitabilis unavoidable, from in not, opposite of (see IN (Cf. in ) (1)) + evitabilis avoidable, from evitare to avoid, from ex out (see EX (Cf. ex )) + vitare …

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  • 12 inevitable — [adj] certain; cannot be avoided all locked up*, assured, binding, compulsory, decided, decreed, destined, determined, doomed, fated, fateful, fixed, for certain, foreordained, imminent, impending, ineluctable, ineludible, inescapable, inexorable …

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  • 13 inevitable — Inevitable, Qu on ne peut eviter, Ineuitabilis …

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  • 14 inevitable — (Del lat. inevitabĭlis). adj. Que no se puede evitar …

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  • 15 inévitable — (i né vi ta bl ) adj. Qu on ne peut éviter. •   [L astrologie] Pour nous faire éviter des maux inévitables ?, LA FONT Fabl. II, 13. •   Jamais on a fait la guerre avec une force plus inévitable, puisqu en méprisant les saisons, il [Louis XIV] a… …

    Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • 16 inevitable — 01. It was [inevitable] that Pat would get injured because of his interest in extreme sports. 02. The [inevitability] of death is a fact that we must all face at some point in our lives. 03. It was [inevitable] that Sam would be fired because he… …

    Grammatical examples in English

  • 17 inevitable — in|ev|i|ta|ble [ ın evıtəbl ] adjective ** impossible to avoid or prevent: War now seems almost inevitable. inevitable consequence/result: Confusion is the inevitable consequence of all these changes in policy. it is inevitable that: It is… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 18 inevitable */*/ — UK [ɪnˈevɪtəb(ə)l] / US adjective impossible to avoid or prevent War now seems almost inevitable. inevitable consequence/result: Confusion is the inevitable consequence of all these changes in policy. it is inevitable that: It is perhaps… …

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  • 19 inevitable — in|ev|i|ta|ble W3 [ıˈnevıtəbəl] adj [Date: 1400 1500; : Latin; Origin: inevitabilis, from evitare to avoid ] 1.) certain to happen and impossible to avoid ▪ A further escalation of the crisis now seems inevitable. it is inevitable (that) ▪ It s… …

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  • 20 inevitable — [[t]ɪne̱vɪtəb(ə)l[/t]] ♦♦♦ ADJ: oft it v link ADJ that If something is inevitable, it is certain to happen and cannot be prevented or avoided. If the case succeeds, it is inevitable that other trials will follow... The defeat had inevitable… …

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