Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Unbelievable"

The meaning of "Unbelievable" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does unbelievable mean?
A: Somebody can’t believe
Q: What does unbelievable mean?
A: It means something is so great that you can't believe it.
Example: the man lifted the car on his own. It was unbelievable!
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Q: What does unbelievable mean?
A: 信じられない
Q: What does unbelievable mean?
A: Google and bing say "Невероятно"

Example sentences using "Unbelievable"

Q: Please show me example sentences with unbelievable.
A: Unbelievable! He thinks he can just do whatever he wants.

It is unbelievable how good he is at the Rubik's cube!

Your claim seems a bit unbelievable to me if I must say so.
Q: Please show me example sentences with unbelievable.
A:
The food that you can sometimes buy from street vendors is unbelievable!

The service at that restaurant was unbelievable. (Can be negative and positive)

It's unbelievable how time flies when you're having fun.

Learning a new language can be unbelievably difficult, but it pays off in the end.
Q: Please show me example sentences with unbelievable.
A: They way he broke her heart was unbelievable.
His performance at the concert was unbelievable.
Q: Please show me example sentences with unbelievable.
A: "Donald trump winning was unbelievable" "wow this food tastes so good it's unbelievable" "the traffic is so bad, unbelieveable!"

Synonyms of "Unbelievable" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between unbelievable and implausible ?
A: 첫번째거는 못믿는다 되고 두번째거는 불가는하다 예요
Q: What is the difference between unbelievable and incredible ?
A: They are both pretty similar when describing an event that is extraordinary or not real. Depending on what you are trying to say, you may want to use one over the other.

For example:

Unbelievable mean that the event that happens is so strange, extraordinary, unlikely that you are skeptical that it is real.

"You got free tickets to the football game? That's unbelievable"

"He got free tickets? No way, that's unbelievable"

Incredible is more commonly used describing something amazing, or beautiful. But can also describe something impossible to believe.

"The fireworks were incredible"

"I find it incredible that you were able to finish your homework on time"
Q: What is the difference between unbelievable and incredible ?
A: incredible means something along the lines amazing awesome while unbelievable is more like outstanding or something you'd say about a phenomenon you've never seen before
Q: What is the difference between unbelievable and incredible ?
A: If you were amazed about something, you could say it's unbelievable or incredible. However, saying "Wow, this new restaurant is unbelievable!" for example, sounds more negative, like the restaurant was bad.

"This new restaurant is incredible!" is a positive statement, the restaurant was good.

Translations of "Unbelievable"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? unbelievable
A: you are very welcome!
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? unbelievable
A: great job! You sound just like a native speaker ☺
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Q: Please show me how to pronounce unbelievable, awesome.
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Q: unbelievable Does this sound natural?
A: Even if you don't pronounce the "ull" you're still good, but it can help you with a bunch of other words in the English language too.
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