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التي في فئةENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY
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English - Etymology

From Middle French _inevitable_, from Latin _inevitabilis_ (“unavoidable”), from _in_ + _evitabilis_ (“avoidable”), from _evitare_ (“to avoid”), from _e_ (“out”) + _vitare_ (“to shun”).

From Middle French inevitable, from Latin inevitabilis (unavoidable), from in + evitabilis (avoidable), from evitare (to avoid), from e (out) + vitare (to shun).

التي في فئةENGLISH - PRONUNCIATION
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English - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): /ɪnˈɛvɪtəbəl/

  • IPA(key): /ɪnˈɛvɪtəbəl/

التي في فئةENGLISH - ADJECTIVE
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English - Adjective

INEVITABLE (_not comparable_) * Impossible to avoid or prevent. _We were going so fast that the collision was INEVITABLE._ * Predictable, or always happening. _My outburst met with the INEVITABLE punishment._ * 1912, Willa Cather, _The Bohemian Girl_ This horse and rider, with their free, rhythmical gallop, were the only moving things to be seen on the face of the flat country. They seemed, in the last sad light of evening, not to be there accidentally, but as an INEVITABLE detail of the landscape. USAGE NOTES Largely synonymous with _unavoidable_, slightly more formal (borrowed as a unit from Latin, rather than formed in English), and with nuances of a _natural consequence_ that occurs _after_ – “inevitable punishment”, “inevitable result”. By contrast, _unavoidable_ has some nuance of existing circumstances – “I was unavoidably detained.” – without there necessarily being a cause. Further, _unavoidable_ has nuances of “could not have happened any other way, even if circumstances were different”, while INEVITABLE connotes “_given_ circumstances, this is the necessary result.” Compare “the disaster was INEVITABLE”, meaning “sooner or later the disaster would happen (because they _did not prepare_)” with “the disaster was _unavoidable_”, meaning “even if they _had prepared_, the disaster would have happened”. Often used with a negative connotation, but may be used with a positive or neutral sense of fate, as in “Given our preparations, our victory was INEVITABLE.” in which case *_unavoidable_ is not acceptable. In the same manner, _impreventable_ and _inevitable_ have different nuances. The sense “the disease was INEVITABLE” means “It was _natural_ to suffer the disease”; the sense “the disease was IMPREVENTABLE” means “There was _no preventive methods_ against the disease”. Thus, "_inevitable_" indicates "unable to avoid due to _NATURAL OR NECESSARY_ matters", "_unavoidable_" indicates "unable to avoid due to _INCIDENTAL_ matters", _impreventable_ indicates "unable to avoid due to _THE ABSENCE OF PREVENTIVE METHODS_". SYNONYMS * (impossible to avoid): inescapable, unavoidable, impreventable * (naturally impossible to avoid): natural, necessary * (always happening): certain, necessary ANTONYMS * (impossible to avoid): evitable, escapable, avoidable, preventable * (always happening): impossible, incidental DERIVED TERMS * inevitability * inevitably * inevitableness TRANSLATIONS

inevitable (not comparable)

  1. Impossible to avoid or prevent.
    We were going so fast that the collision was inevitable.
  2. Predictable, or always happening.
    My outburst met with the inevitable punishment.

Usage notes

Largely synonymous with unavoidable, slightly more formal (borrowed as a unit from Latin, rather than formed in English), and with nuances of a natural consequence that occurs after – “inevitable punishment”, “inevitable result”. By contrast, unavoidable has some nuance of existing circumstances – “I was unavoidably detained.” – without there necessarily being a cause.

Further, unavoidable has nuances of “could not have happened any other way, even if circumstances were different”, while inevitable connotesgiven circumstances, this is the necessary result.” Compare “the disaster was inevitable”, meaning “sooner or later the disaster would happen (because they did not prepare)” with “the disaster was unavoidable”, meaning “even if they had prepared, the disaster would have happened”.

Often used with a negative connotation, but may be used with a positive or neutral sense of fate, as in “Given our preparations, our victory was inevitable.” in which case *unavoidable is not acceptable.

In the same manner, impreventable and inevitable have different nuances. The sense “the disease was inevitablemeans “It was natural to suffer the disease”; the sense “the disease was impreventablemeans “There was no preventive methods against the disease”.

Thus, "inevitable" indicates "unable to avoid due to natural or necessary matters", "unavoidable" indicates "unable to avoid due to incidental matters", impreventable indicates "unable to avoid due to the absence of preventive methods".

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التي في فئةENGLISH - NOUN
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English - Noun

INEVITABLE (_plural_ INEVITABLES) * Something that is predictable, necessary, or cannot be avoided. ANTONYMS * evitable * impossible

inevitable (plural inevitables)

  1. Something that is predictable, necessary, or cannot be avoided.

Antonyms

التي في فئةENGLISH - REFERENCES
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English - References

* inevitable/unavoidable, WordReference.com

  • inevitable/unavoidable, WordReference.com

التي في فئةENGLISH - EXTERNAL LINKS
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English - External Links

* inevitable in _Webster’s Revised Unabridged Dictionary_, G. & C. Merriam, 1913 * inevitable in _The Century Dictionary_, The Century Co., New York, 1911 * inevitable at _OneLook Dictionary Search_

التي في فئةASTURIAN - ETYMOLOGY
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Asturian - Etymology

From Latin _inēvītābilis_.

From Latin inēvītābilis.

التي في فئةASTURIAN - ADJECTIVE
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Asturian - Adjective

INEVITABLE (_epicene_, _plural_ INEVITABLES) * inevitable RELATED TERMS * evitar

inevitable (epicene, plural inevitables)

  1. inevitable

Related terms

التي في فئةCATALAN - ETYMOLOGY
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Catalan - Etymology

_in-_ +‎ _evitable_

in- +‎ evitable

التي في فئةCATALAN - PRONUNCIATION
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Catalan - Pronunciation

* Rhymes: -aβle

  • Rhymes: -aβle

التي في فئةCATALAN - ADJECTIVE
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Catalan - Adjective

INEVITABLE

inevitable

التي في فئةGALICIAN - ALTERNATIVE FORMS
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Galician - Alternative Forms

* inevitábel

  • inevitábel

التي في فئةGALICIAN - ETYMOLOGY
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Galician - Etymology

From Latin _inēvītābilis_.

From Latin inēvītābilis.

التي في فئةGALICIAN - ADJECTIVE
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Galician - Adjective

INEVITABLE m, f (_plural_ INEVITABLES) * inevitable ANTONYMS * evitable DERIVED TERMS * inevitablemente

inevitable m, f (plural inevitables)

  1. inevitable

Antonyms

Derived terms

التي في فئةMIDDLE FRENCH - ADJECTIVE
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Middle French - Adjective

INEVITABLE m, f (_plural_ INEVITABLES) * inevitable; unavoidable DESCENDANTS * French: inévitable

inevitable m, f (plural inevitables)

  1. inevitable; unavoidable

Descendants

  • French: inévitable

التي في فئةSPANISH - ETYMOLOGY
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Spanish - Etymology

From Latin _inēvītābilis_.

From Latin inēvītābilis.

التي في فئةSPANISH - ADJECTIVE
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Spanish - Adjective

INEVITABLE

inevitable


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