HyperDic: inalterable

Español > 9 sentidos de la palabra inalterable:
ADJETIVOallinalterable, inmutablenot changeable or subject to change
allinalterable, estólido, flemático, frío, impasible, imperturbablehaving or revealing little emotion or sensibility
allinalterablenot capable of being changed or altered
allinalterable, constante, firme, inquebrantable, irrompiblemarked by firm determination or resolution
allinalterable, invariableremaining the same for indefinitely long times
allinalterable, invariablenot liable to fluctuate or especially to fall
allinalterable, inmutableconforming to the same principles or course of action over time
allinalterable, arraigado, inmutableinflexibly entrenched and unchangeable
allinalterableunceasing
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Sentidonot changeable or subject to change.
Sinónimoinmutable
Cualidad deinestabilidad, mutabilidad, variabilidadThe quality of being changeable
Específicocongelado, fijoincapable of being changed or moved or undone
estáticoshowing little if any change
inalterable, invariableRemaining the same for indefinitely long times
inveteradoOf persons
Tambiénconstantesteadfast in purpose or devotion or affection
estable, fijo, permanentecontinuing or enduring without marked change in status / status or condition or place
ContrariovariableSuch that alteration is possible
Inglésunchangeable
Catalánimmutable, inalterable
NombresinalterabilidadThe quality of being unchangeable
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SentidoHaving or revealing little emotion or sensibility; not easily aroused or excited.
Sinónimosestólido, flemático, frío, impasible, imperturbable
Generalimpasibleunsusceptible to or destitute of or showing no emotion
Inglésimpassive, stolid
Catalánfred, impertorbable, inalterable
Nombresapatía, flema, impasibilidad, impasividad, impavidez, imperturbabilidad, indiferenciaapathy demonstrated by an absence of emotional reactions
asceticismo, ascetismo, estoicismo, impertubabilidadAn indifference to pleasure or pain
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Sentidonot capable of being changed or altered.
Específicofinal, últimonot to be altered or undone
incorregible, incurableunalterable in disposition or habits
Contrarioalterablecapable of being changed or altered in some characteristic
Inglésunalterable, inalterable
Cataláninalterable
NombresinflexibilidadThe quality of being fixed and unchangeable
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Sentidomarked by firm determination or resolution; not shakable.
Sinónimosconstante, firme, inquebrantable, irrompible
GeneralresueltoFirm in purpose or belief
Inglésfirm, steadfast, steady, stiff, unbendable, unfaltering, unshakable, unwavering
Catalánconstant, ferm, inalterable, irrompible, resolut
Nombresconstancia, firmezasteadfast resolution
determinación, firmeza, resoluciónThe trait of being resolute
firmezafreedom from wavering or indecision
Adverbiosconstantemente, decididamente, firmemente, inquebrantablemente, rígidamenteWith determination
firmementeWith resolute determination
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SentidoRemaining the same for indefinitely long times.
Sinónimoinvariable
Generalinalterable, inmutablenot changeable or subject to change
Ingléschangeless, unalterable
Cataláninalterable, invariable
NombresinalterabilidadThe quality of being unchangeable
inflexibilidadThe quality of being fixed and unchangeable
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Sentidonot liable to fluctuate or especially to fall.
Sinónimoinvariable
Generalestableresistant to change of position or condition
Inglésfirm, steady, unfluctuating
NombresfirmezaThe quality of being steady or securely and immovably fixed in place
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Sentidoconforming to the same principles or course of action over time.
Sinónimoinmutable
Generalconsistente(sometimes followed by 'with') in agreement or consistent or reliable / reliable
Inglésunchanging
NombresinalterabilidadThe quality of being unchangeable
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Sentidoinflexibly entrenched and unchangeable.
Sinónimosarraigado, inmutable
Generalinflexibleincapable of change
Inglésironclad, brassbound
Catalánarrelat, immutable, inalterable
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Sentidounceasing.
Generalconstantesteadfast in purpose or devotion or affection
Inglésunfailing, unflagging

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