unaccountable - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "unaccountable" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

unaccountable / необъяснимый, безответственный, странный
[ˌʌn.əˈkaʊn.tə.bl̩]
[-t̬ə-]
Перевод
имя прилагательное
необъяснимый
inexplicable, unaccountable, unfathomable, indefinable
безответственный
irresponsible, reckless, unaccountable, feckless, wanton, madcap
странный
strange, weird, odd, bizarre, curious, unaccountable
Определения
имя прилагательное
unable to be explained.
a strange and unaccountable fact
(of a person, organization, or institution) not required or expected to justify actions or decisions; not responsible for results or consequences.
The claimed input of non-elected people from outside of the Cabinet also undermines the democratic process as such people are unaccountable to the electorate.
Примеры
He is unaccountable , except in those rare cases when he bats in interleague games played under National League rules.
What they do with our data is important but they're unaccountable and secretive.
In a representational democracy we demand that the political process be open to public scrutiny and generally free from private, particularistic, unseen, and unaccountable actions.
I noticed they were experiencing the same things as many Papuans - they were in debt to rapacious moneylenders and held to ransom by unaccountable officials.
They argue that the charter is un-democratic because it supposedly takes power away from the democratically elected representatives and gives it to unaccountable judges.
In the absence of effective laws as in the Scandinavian countries of Norway, Sweden and Denmark, they are totally unaccountable .
Are we, the North Yorkshire council tax payers, paying heavily for the security of secretive, unaccountable American bases while neglecting our own.
An even larger number of Americans with disparate views on the subject of homosexuality object to the idea that shared social norms can be revamped unilaterally by unelected, unaccountable judges.
De Havilland made the point that bloggers are unaccountable , and suggested that the influence of blogging was being overplayed, mostly by bloggers themselves.
Yet once, by a strange and unaccountable impulse, he pressed it with his lips.