Translation for 'unmitigated' from English to Russian
ADJ   unmitigated | more unmitigated | most unmitigated
unverified я́вный {adj}unmitigated
unverified абсолю́тный {adj}unmitigated [unmitigated evil]
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Translation for 'unmitigated' from English to Russian

unverified я́вный {adj}
unmitigated [unmitigated evil]
unverified абсолю́тный {adj}
Usage Examples English
  • "Sify" gave the film a rating of two out of five stars and stated that "No two ways about it, the film is an unmitigated endurance test".
  • The Bungle in the jungle is an epithet, given to a cricket match played on 18 November 2003. It was an "unmitigated disaster" for England.
  • But for the year 2002, "Motorcyclist" magazine described the F650CS's sales as an "unmitigated flop", which languished alongside other lightweight European motorcycles that consumers found too expensive outside their home markets.
  • The autobiography was hailed as "an unmitigated delight" and was awarded the ASCAP Deems Taylor Award.
  • That unmitigated risk is then compared against a tolerable risk target.

  • Baird Searles found the film "an almost unmitigated disaster", with "an ending so inane that you will want your money back even if you wait and see it on television".
  • Refractory hypertension is characterized by uncontrolled elevated blood pressure unmitigated by five or more antihypertensive agents of different classes, including a long-acting thiazide-like diuretic, a calcium channel blocker, and a blocker of the renin-angiotensin system.
  • Their marine engines had a reputation for durability and reliability. However, their rush to be a part of the emerging railway traction market was an unmitigated disaster.
  • "The New York Times" called the film "an unmitigated disaster".
  • An influential UK study showed that an unmitigated COVID-19 response in the UK could have required up to 46 times the number of available ICU beds.

  • An imbalanced relationship is a situation where individuals with high unmitigated communion would feel uncomfortable receiving support from others.
  • The battle of Alcácer Quibir in 1578 was an unmitigated disaster for Portugal.
  • The conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh Autonomous Oblast of Azerbaijan SSR which started in early 1988 had developed unmitigated and claimed lives of many civilians, interior troops and army.
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