Adjective(1) difficult to use or handle or manage because of size or weight or shape(2) hard to control(3) difficult to solve or alleviate(4) incapable of being controlled or managed
(1) Knowing some of the local politics I am aware that trying to support six chief executives, all with different working styles, may be an unmanageable job.(2) What you need are huge and unmanageable Visa and store charge card debts, with a few court proceedings and the odd repossession threat hanging over your head.(3) Owners of unruly hedges or unmanageable gardens need fear no more thanks to a pair of four-legged lawn mowers now available for hire.(4) Consumer groups and MPs have warned that people could be storing up problems for the future, with rising interest rates making debts unmanageable .(5) Councillors were concerned that around 60 lorries per day and hundreds of cars will place an unmanageable strain on the town's roads.(6) I would say my life had become unmanageable , and I was having problems with both the medications and the alcohol.(7) A further delay in the price hike would increase the budget deficit to an unmanageable level and strengthen inflationary pressures.(8) Evidently, if the proposal is followed strictly, the resultant tariff structure will be inconsistent and unmanageable .(9) But Zimbabwe's economic slide in recent years shows that he is finding both relationships increasingly unmanageable .(10) Two loads from the bucket will fill the tank, however two full loads make the bucket unmanageable to lift and control the pour efficiently causing splashing.(11) When one of these moods overtook her, she became unmanageable .(12) ├ö├ç├┐The cases which are coming into court in almost unmanageable numbers are the tip of the iceberg,├ö├ç├û he said.(13) In recent years Nimbin has gone from having four full-time doctors to just Dr Oxlee, who says his workload has become unmanageable .(14) Caregivers identified lack of mobility and loss of bladder control most frequently as unmanageable symptoms.(15) It has to be beautiful and slightly wild without becoming unmanageable and disorganised.(16) Administering all ten techniques to control spam effectively can quickly become unmanageable .
(1) become unmanageable :: أصبح لا يمكن السيطرة عليها
1. troublesome ::
2. uncontrollable ::
3. unwieldy ::
4. difficult ::
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