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Indiscernable

[ˌindəˈsərnəb(ə)l]

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Synonyms: 1. Unnoticeable 2. Imperceptible 3. Invisible 4. Undetectable 5. Indistinguishable 6. Unapparent 7. Inappreciable 8. Impalpable 9. Unobtrusive 10. Hidden 11. Tiny 12. Minute 13. Minuscule 14. Microscopic 15. Nanoscopic 16. Infinitesimal 17. Negligible 18. Inconsequential 19. Slight 20. Subtle ...21. Faint 22. Fine 23. Indistinct 24. Unclear 25. Fuzzy 26. Obscure 27. Vague 28. Indefinite 29. Nebulous 30. Amorphous 31. Shadowy 32. Dim 33. Unintelligible 34. Incomprehensible 35. Inaudible 36. Blear 37. Discernible 38. Distinct 39. Legal See more »
1. The replacements outlasted those laptops and battery degradation was nearly indiscernable in normal use. Most have remained plugged in 24/7 and the battery run time was nearly the same after several years as when the laptop was brand new.
2. English words for indiscernable include indistinguishable, indiscernible and undistinguishable. Find more French words at !
3. indiscernable (plural indiscernables) indistinguishable; indiscernible, imperceptible; Derived terms . indiscernabilité; Further reading “indiscernable” in Trésor de la langue française informatisé (The Digitized Treasury of the French Language).
4. Translation for 'indiscernable' in the free French-English dictionary and many other English translations.
5. Toute technologie suffisamment avancée est indiscernable de la magie.: Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.: L' indiscernable Christopher Salter, TeZ et Valerie Lamontagne, "Ilinx", 2014. The Indistinguishable Christopher Salter, TeZ et Valerie Lamontagne, "Ilinx", 2014.: Nous ne tremblons pas devant la volonté changeante, indiscernable d'un dictateur
6. Indispensable translation in French - English Reverso dictionary, see also 'indiscernable',indéniable',indéfinissable',indemnisable', examples, definition, conjugation
7. As someone said, judiciously. It’s as big a decision as when to use italics, or all caps, or hyphens. To me it feels right (writerly?) when the adverb use tells me something extra or indiscernable about the doer, something persistent, not just something transient and thin about the verb itself.
8. The replacements outlasted those laptops and battery degradation was nearly indiscernable in normal use. Most have remained plugged in 24/7 and the battery run time was nearly the same after several years as when the laptop was brand new. A constant pattern of draining and recharging seems to be harder on them that leaving the system plugged in
9. indiscernable definition in French dictionary, indiscernable meaning, synonyms, see also 'indiscernabilité',indiscernablement',indésirable',indispensable'. Enrich your vocabulary with the French Definition dictionary
10. From French indiscernable. Adjective . indiscernabil m or n (feminine singular indiscernabilă, masculine plural indiscernabili, feminine and neuter plural indiscernabile) indistinguishable; Declension
11. The difference in gas mileage from 20 or 30 weight will probably be indiscernable. Your maintenance of tire pressure will show a much bigger effect. Steve762us, May 2, 2007 #13. Trillcox likes this. May 3, 2007 at 6:43 PM #14 #14. A2Mich Well-Known Member. Joined: Jan 28, 2007 Member: #801
12. Now, when you try components vs hdmi on a set top box, the comparisons are probably going to be much more similar, if not completely indiscernable as it has been with my experience. Lastly

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