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impossibly
American English: /ɪmˈpɑsəbli/
British English: /ɪmˈpɒsɪbli/

Translation of impossibly in Spanish:

adverb

  • (lazy/slow/expensive)
    Example sentences
    • You met… and still meet most all of my impossibly high standards, except for the big one: You aren't interested in me in return.
    • Industrial production possibilities and new technologies is a major, some would say impossibly difficult, task.
    • It's an impossibly demanding task that results in an immediate, gripping drama - but one that, regrettably, falls apart upon reflection.
    Example sentences
    • Certainly as a work of fiction this series could be easily dismissed as impossibly cute and unbelievable.
    • And here's the impossibly blond and blue-eyed sweet boy, aged maybe five, standing in front of a Christmas tree.
    • Viewed through 21 st-century eyes, the political landscape Macmillan describes seems almost impossibly genteel and good-natured.

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