Definition of undrinkable in English:

undrinkable

Syllabification: un·drink·a·ble
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈdriNGkəbəl
 
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adjective

Not fit to be drunk because of impurity or poor quality.
More example sentences
  • The odd pub sells mulled wine on tap, but generally it's expensive and of such poor quality that it's pretty well undrinkable.
  • ‘If water remains undrinkable, diseases will continue and mortality rates will rise,’ said the Iraqi trade minister.
  • However, the view from my desk is virtually non-existent, my email inbox didn't transfer properly, the tea in the drinks machine is completely undrinkable and the journey home was hellish.

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