English

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Etymology

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From Middle French inexcusable, from Latin inexcusabilis.

Adjective

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inexcusable (comparative more inexcusable, superlative most inexcusable)

  1. not excusable
    • 2022 November 16, Philip Haigh, “Network News: TPE under fire over "unacceptable" cancellations”, in RAIL, number 970, page 6:
      It's completely inexcusable that communities in the north of England are having to experience such a dire level of service.

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French

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Adjective

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inexcusable (plural inexcusables)

  1. inexcusable

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Spanish

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Pronunciation

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  • IPA(key): /ineɡskuˈsable/ [i.neɣ̞s.kuˈsa.β̞le]
  • Rhymes: -able
  • Syllabification: i‧nex‧cu‧sa‧ble

Adjective

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inexcusable m or f (masculine and feminine plural inexcusables)

  1. unavoidable
  2. inexcusable

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