Definition of unbeatable in US English:

unbeatable

adjective

  • 1Not able to be defeated or exceeded in a contest or commercial market.

    ‘the shop sells bikes at unbeatable prices’
    • ‘We are pleased to announce that both the end of season and play off DVD's are both now in stock at the unbeatable price of £19.99.’
    • ‘He was impregnable, unbeatable, nothing, no creature could even come close to conquering the mighty Kong.’
    • ‘You feel like you just won a race or a competition; you feel strong, powerful and unbeatable.’
    • ‘Here are the five questions that will determine which unbeatable squad finally gets beaten.’
    • ‘Back then England were steamrollering sides and we were told that they were unbeatable, especially as we were playing them at Twickenham.’
    • ‘Of course, some people shop farmers' markets for the unbeatable prices.’
    • ‘At No. 1 Lee Read impressively powered his way to a 2-lead and looked unbeatable.’
    • ‘The cause seemed lost as the visitors rocketed into an unbeatable 4-lead.’
    • ‘The 11-year-old was simply unbeatable, showing his versatility by winning everything.’
    • ‘On top of this an inspired set of performances from Marian Povey in the over-40 category in all seven races made Dartford unbeatable.’
    • ‘With a unified approach they would be almost unbeatable.’
    • ‘In the first, Louis, who was unbeaten in 27 contests, was the coming force, considered unbeatable.’
    • ‘And finally, for sheer value we thought the £8 for two menu at Casa in Bridge Street, York, was unbeatable.’
    • ‘They operate an unbeatable rate with discounts for families.’
    • ‘What is also likely to follow is that the motor car industry, which has been hit by a downturn in Germany and a glut of new cars, might also be joining in with unbeatable offers.’
    • ‘They refuse to see him as anything less than an unbeatable force, a pure, supernatural tide of destruction targeted from time to time by some occult conspiracy.’
    • ‘They are unbeatable on the world market, because they are guaranteed to recover their investments.’
    • ‘The day, however, belonged to Portlaoise as they turned in an unbeatable team display that Castletown had no answer to.’
    • ‘The lesson being that they need to get stronger as well, instead of thinking they are unbeatable and then get beat.’
    • ‘With them on Britain's side, we would be unbeatable.’
    invincible, unstoppable, unassailable, indomitable, unconquerable, invulnerable, unsurpassable, unsurpassed, matchless, unmatched, peerless
    View synonyms
    1. 1.1 Extremely good; outstanding.
      ‘views from the patio are unbeatable’
      • ‘And yet there is supreme quality in unbeatable Illy coffee.’
      • ‘Nestling on the beach, with unbeatable views out to sea, the restaurant is only a short step from the main promenade, but is mostly hidden until you get up close.’
      • ‘And The Manchurian Candidate is of course just unbeatable.’
      • ‘The location is unbeatable, and the hospitality's good.’
      • ‘The journey into the city is unbeatable, travelling by ferry along the Grand Canal and berthing in the historic centre, near St Mark's Square.’
      • ‘Add the incredible natural beauty of the province where we live to my unfair generalisation, and Vancouver seems unbeatable.’
      • ‘Both beautiful and terrifying, the film combines Shakespeare with Kurosawa's unbeatable direction.’
      • ‘At the nation's leading quality broadsheet we are pleased so many discerning buyers agree we produce an unbeatable package every weekend.’
      • ‘As for the evening meal, we must have the best fish and chip shops anywhere - with an accompanying panorama across the bay that is unbeatable.’
      • ‘But the twelve months a year availability of the forest is just unbeatable.’
      • ‘Arrogance is an unbeatable antidote to common sense and reality.’
      • ‘Three of them (fans will know which) are unbeatable classics in the field.’
      • ‘This is the sort of food people fight over, a reminder of how Italian pasta dishes, when rendered as they ought to be, are unbeatable in the satisfaction stakes.’
      • ‘The film stars the unbeatable Anita Mui and Sammi Cheng and proved a massive box-office success in its native Hong Kong.’
      • ‘My maki appetizer was a roll of one my favourites, kamikaze, with its unbeatable tempura, avocado, salmon and hot sauce combo.’
      • ‘The view across the bay is, I heartily agree, unbeatable.’
      • ‘None of them were very well done, but the thrill of being able to make programs myself was unbeatable.’
      • ‘If that's not enough for the more demanding customer, the stunning and perhaps unbeatable view of Sofia makes it well worth a visit.’
      • ‘It is an unbeatable combination for lifting the spirits.’
      • ‘But you can't get away from the fact that the unbeatable thrill of live music and live performance is not something that can be done on the cheap.’

Pronunciation

unbeatable

/ˌənˈbēdəb(ə)l//ˌənˈbidəb(ə)l/