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EtymologyEdit

From French imperméable, from Latin impermeābilis, from im- + permeābilis (permeable).

AdjectiveEdit

impermeable (comparative more impermeable, superlative most impermeable)

  1. Impossible to permeate.
  2. Not allowing passage, especially of liquids; waterproof.

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EtymologyEdit

From Latin impermeābilis, equivalent to im- +‎ permeable.

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AdjectiveEdit

impermeable (masculine and feminine plural impermeables)

  1. impermeable
    Antonym: permeable

NounEdit

impermeable m (plural impermeables)

 
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  1. raincoat

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EtymologyEdit

From Latin impermeābilis, equivalent to im- +‎ permeable.

AdjectiveEdit

impermeable m or f (plural impermeables)

  1. impermeable, waterproof
    Antonym: permeable

NounEdit

impermeable m (plural impermeables)

  1. raincoat

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SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Latin impermeābilis, equivalent to im- +‎ permeable.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /impermeˈable/, [ĩmpermeˈaβle]

AdjectiveEdit

impermeable (plural impermeables)

  1. impermeable, waterproof
    Antonym: permeable

NounEdit

impermeable m (plural impermeables)

  1. raincoat

Derived termsEdit

Further readingEdit