Definition of unpredictable in English:

unpredictable

adjective

  • Not able to be predicted; changeable.

    ‘the unpredictable weather of the Scottish islands’
    • ‘Changeable and unpredictable, it lacks structure, control and conformity.’
    • ‘You wouldn't put a half-time change of manager past this unpredictable Hearts regime.’
    • ‘The weather is unpredictable, ranging from heat and humidity to thunderstorms.’
    • ‘They moved down the pipe and shifted in mostly unstable, unpredictable ways.’
    • ‘With the weather so unpredictable I spent a lot of Saturday in the kitchen.’
    • ‘Conduction of atrial impulses to the ventricles is variable and unpredictable.’
    • ‘People who want to think ahead need to recognise that the world predictably changes in unpredictable ways.’
    • ‘The brown cloud shows man's activities are making climate change more unpredictable everywhere.’
    • ‘With the region's unpredictable weather conditions, the team is hopeful of an exciting race.’
    • ‘Then the weather started to change, Andalucia seems almost as unpredictable as Yorkshire.’
    • ‘We live in uncertain times when change has never been so rapid or unpredictable.’
    • ‘We need to reset the variables excluding anything unpredictable and run the script once again.’
    • ‘In addition, an unpredictable change in franchise agreements in the summer could delay the work even further.’
    • ‘As is so often the case in this job, I'm trying to predict the unpredictable and plan for the unknown.’
    • ‘Make sure you pack a few warm clothes in your hand luggage as you know how unpredictable English weather can be.’
    • ‘Every year the weather is most unpredictable for this event and this year's was no exception.’
    • ‘The unpredictable aspect of political warfare - future events - may change all that.’
    • ‘Communication is difficult now because he is both deaf and has an unpredictable temper.’
    • ‘This is a good combination as Aquarius is a wacky, unpredictable sign, but Capricorn is sensible and steady.’
    • ‘The future direction of the Irish property market has become as unpredictable as the weather.’
    unforeseeable, undivinable, incalculable, uncertain, unsure, doubtful, dubious, in the balance, up in the air, random, arbitrary
    erratic, moody, volatile, unstable, fickle, capricious, whimsical, temperamental, mercurial, changeable, variable, inconstant, undependable, unreliable, unmanageable, impulsive
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Pronunciation

unpredictable

/ʌnprɪˈdɪktəb(ə)l/