Definition of incomputable in English:

incomputable

adjective

rare
  • Unable to be calculated or estimated:

    ‘incomputable riches’
    • ‘Mathematicians working in an emerging field somewhere between physics, computer science and philosophy are investigating new ways of ‘computing the incomputable’ which could radically broaden our understanding of the world.’
    • ‘Everyone learns that winning love is about more than just impressing or listening well, but always has some illogical and incomputable element.’
    • ‘Some probabilities are incomputable - the good news is that we know which ones.’
    • ‘It requires us to know what ‘would be’ illegal under current Canadian law in all conceivable imaginary worlds, which is an incomputable function.’
    inestimable, indeterminable, untold, immeasurable, uncountable, incomputable, not to be reckoned
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Origin

Early 17th century: from in- ‘not’ + Latin computabilis able to be counted (see compute).

Pronunciation

incomputable

/ɪnkəmˈpjuːtəb(ə)l/