Definition of unviable in English:
Not capable of working successfully; not feasible: the commission found the plan to be financially unviable
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- Arriva Trains Wales has denied that it is planning to end rail services at Carmarthen, but the association believes that poor quality connections could make the service unviable.
- He said: ‘It wasn't a popular route 95 per cent of the time and had become financially unviable for us.’
- It's virtually nothing but a support scheme for unviable French farmers whose ventures exist for historical and cultural, not economic, reasons.
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- By 1995, the fleet's unviability was unmistakable.
- Our bona fide demand for a special railway zone was rejected citing financial unviability.
- The appellant states that the unviability of these proposals demonstrates the lack of need for such facilities in this area, and that there is now no requirement for a community use on the land which has been vacant for several years.
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