- 1.1 [temperament] obstinado; [child] incorregible she's completely intractable on that point en ese punto es completamente intransigenteMore example sentences1.2 [problem/dilemma] inextricable [formal], insoluble
More example sentences1.3 [Medicine/Medicina] de difícil cura
- They are intractable in their thinking, they are unreasoning and unreasonable and it's just a waste of breath to talk to them.
- And he is similarly intractable on the matter of promotional activities, which he has strictly limited to three a week.
- I suggested that it'd not stay healthy for long if it had no work to do but he was intractable.
- Poverty remains intractable despite economic growth in many countries.
- Germany, with its intractable economic problems, is seriously considering it.
- Nothing is more frightening - no economic problem more intractable - than a deflationary spiral.
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