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immutable
American English: /ɪ(m)ˈmjudəb(ə)l/
British English: /ɪˈmjuːtəb(ə)l/

Translation of immutable in Spanish:

adjective

  • [formal]
    Example sentences
    • To do so is to buy into the antiquated notion that a creature's nature is immutable or unchanging.
    • Yet, for the Greeks it meant something that does not change: an immutable, static, and perfect harmony.
    • The media are the media and the immutable fact is that they will only publish sensationalistic material.

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