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indeterminable

See also: indéterminable

EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Middle French indeterminable, from Late Latin indeterminabilis.

AdjectiveEdit

indeterminable (comparative more indeterminable, superlative most indeterminable)

  1. That is incapable of being measured.
  2. That is incapable of being ascertained.

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NounEdit

indeterminable (plural indeterminables)

  1. An indeterminable thing or quantity.

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