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15:54 Nov 25, 2001
English to Japanese translations [Non-PRO]
/ adjective
English term or phrase: Invincible
Invincible
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4 +1Muteki(which is a noun and an adjective)/tenka muteki/dare nimo makemai/nandemo yari toge rarerumimichan
5muteki; fubatsushyboy75


  

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muteki; fubatsu


Explanation:
muteki means unrivaled and fubatsu means unswerving or steadfast.

shyboy75
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neutral  Seiichi Inoue: mutekino; fuhaino
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Muteki(which is a noun and an adjective)/tenka muteki/dare nimo makemai/nandemo yari toge rareru


Explanation:
無敵/天下無敵/誰にも負けない, if written in Japanese.
"Muteki" is often combined with a noun. For example, the Spanish battle ship in the I think 15c, "Incincible Armada" would be "Muteki Kantai" in Japanese.
"Tenka muteki" can appear in writings. Usually, this word will be used when someone wants to say, "the so-called..." , "it is said that ... was invincible" etc.
"Darenimo makenai" would be used when someone is invincible in or at a specific thing. "... is invincivle in discussion" would be "... wa giron ni ha dare nimo make nai". If you want to say "She is invincible at tennis" just replace the word "tenisu" with "giron".
"Nandemo yaritoge rareru" would mean invincible at everything in the sence that they are capable at achieving anything as in "young people think they are invincible"


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