- adj. that cannot be missed.
“This is why class is 'unmissable'-- because we simply do not have the energy or the time to give make-up classes for every student who opts to do something better that day.”
“Kirsten appeared in Los Angeles productions of Johnson over Jordan, This Old Planet, and Harold Pinters The Hothouse, which the L.A. Times called unmissable.”
“This coming Sunday, the day before the Hot Fuzz DVD is released, those of you who can move quickly enough are cordially invited to the Hot Fuzztival – a super-rare and kind of unmissable event at the Prince Charles cinema in London.”
“We are all in this together," Cole, who remarked that his first league goal for Liverpool had been "unmissable" said.”
“She wants to pack so much value into the weekly that it becomes "unmissable".”
“While much of BA remained unexplored, one sight left in the 'unmissable' category was the cemetery in the district of Recoleta, a veritable city of the dead, with streets of elaborate family mausoleums, many further decorated with tributes from friends and colleagues of the deceased, usually added on the first anniversary of their death.”
“Don't: Be unreasonable - discuss events which are 'unmissable' and which are less important.”
“I'd never heard of Ravenna, but the Rough Guide says there are "unmissable" mosaics there.”
“Also can someone tell me how this show went from being moderately amusing in the spring to completely revitalized and unmissable (for me)?”
“Your traffic will only be analyzed with your consent given via unmissable notice and a clear choice.”
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Words only (I left out the expressions) from Geza Kerenyi's EN-HU interpreters' dictionary. Most of them pose some difficulty when interpreted between HU and EN in either or both directions.
I think these words are very common and useful to be used in any conversation.
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