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

unquantifiable / не поддается исчислению
[ˌʌnˈkwɒntɪfaɪəbl]
[ˌʌnˈkwɒntɪfaɪəbl]
Перевод
Определения
имя прилагательное
impossible to express or measure in terms of quantity.
It would be a mistake, however, to assume that because certain risks are unquantifiable in their own terms, no comparative judgments can be made with respect to them.
Примеры
By the way, unquantifiable is the cost of having a continuous caravan of stinking garbage trucks marring the aesthetic beauty of the Ontario countryside. Call it an unfriendly to tourists feature.
In addition to the unquantifiable loss of more than 6,300 lives, more than 100,000 jobs have already been cut and more than £280 bn has been wiped off the value of blue chip firms in London and New York.
It would be a mistake, however, to assume that because certain risks are unquantifiable in their own terms, no comparative judgments can be made with respect to them.
It allows program managers to capture not only those costs and benefits that are internally quantifiable and unquantifiable , but to address potential benefits that may exist external to the program.
That idea was anathema to many art historians, who believe that creativity is fragile and unquantifiable , that using the marketplace to evaluate art would sully the field…
Usually this arises in cases where the nature of the damage is such as to be inherently unquantifiable in monetary terms, but I do not think that it is limited to such cases.
The family of Mrs Dennis are supporting a national campaign to get the government to ignore the advice of NICE and to take into account the unquantifiable gain for the families of Alzheimer's sufferers rather than the cost of the drugs.
On the one hand the parents' loss of rights to unpaid leave is real, in social terms, but unquantifiable .
It took 30 years, 3,500 deaths, 10,000 injuries, an unquantifiable number of traumatised individuals, the loss of thousands of jobs and the destruction of millions of pounds worth of property.
‘There are also other aspects to be borne in mind including the difficulty in restricting public access to ports, staff training and the unquantifiable cost of the entire operation,’ he said.