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  • adj. That cannot be converted.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Not convertible; that cannot be changed from one thing or form to another: as, lead is unconvertible into silver.

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  • adj. used especially of currencies; incapable of being exchanged for or replaced by another currency of equal value


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un- +‎ convertible


  • We have an unconvertible, uncollateralized currency which he calls "faith-based."

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  • Because there is no mature bond market and the currency remains unconvertible, individuals in China have a savings rate approaching 50%.

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  • If a graphic novel is good it can convert the unconvertible.

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  • The missionary effort of the Church toward this group has been at least on the surface, a failure, for the Moslems are so far almost unconvertible.

    Fulton Sheen on Mary and Moslems

  • It's just shocking to me how quickly we're getting locked down, and how easily we slip in to these unconvertible formats.

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  • And I think it's sweet that she thinks I'm trying too hard and trying to convert the unconvertible.

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  • We all know this is not true the ecnomists call this the Penn effect, with the Bis Mac being the most unconvertible but standized goods.

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  • These figures have changed little for many decades, so the Times is preaching to the unconverted and probably unconvertible.

    New York Times

  • In most change efforts, 90% of the dollars are spent on the bottom 20% of the organization—in essence, trying to convert the unconvertible.

    Evolutionary Leadership

  • We also require these exports, not only for our indispensable imports, but as payment for our unconvertible foreign debt.



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