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innumerable
ɪ'nuːmərəbəl
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Too numerous to be counted.
Hyphenationin•nu•mer•a•ble
Part of Speech(形) adjective
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无数wúshùcountless; numberless; innumerable
数不清shǔ bùqīngcountless; innumerable
不可枚举bùkě méijǔinnumerable (idiom)
不可胜数bùkě shèng shǔcountless; innumerable
数不胜数shǔ bùshèng shǔtoo many to count (idiom); innumerable
数以亿计shù yǐyìjìcountless; innumerable
累累lěilěiagain and again; innumerable; repeated; riddled with; accumulated; countless
举不胜举jǔ bùshèng jǔtoo numerous to list (idiom); innumerable
莫可指数mò kě zhǐshùcountless; innumerable
上万shàngwànover ten thousand; fig. untold numbers; innumerable; thousands upon thousands
不计其数bùjì qí shùlit. their number cannot be counted (idiom); fig. countless; innumerable
千千万万qiān qiān wànwànlit. by the thousands and tens of thousands (idiom); untold numbers; innumerable; thousands upon thousands
成千成万chéngqiān chéng wànlit. by the thousands and tens of thousands (idiom); untold numbers; innumerable; thousands upon thousands
成千累万chéngqiān lěi wànlit. by the thousands and tens of thousands (idiom); untold numbers; innumerable; thousands upon thousands
更仆难数gèng pú nán shǔtoo many to count; very many; innumerable
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