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Pronunciation of Impracticability: Learn how to pronounce Impracticability in English correctly

Learn how to say Impracticability correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word impracticable:

adjective
(of a course of action) impossible in practice to do or carry out:
it was impracticable to widen the road here
Derivatives

impracticability

Pronunciation: /-ˈbɪlɪti/

noun
impracticably

adverb
Although there is considerable overlap, impracticable and impractical are not used in exactly the same way. Impracticable means ‘impossible to carry out’ and is normally used of a specific procedure or course of action, as in
poor visibility made the task difficult, even impracticable
. Impractical, on the other hand, tends to be used in more general senses, often to mean simply ‘unrealistic’ or ‘not sensible’, as in
in windy weather an umbrella is impractical
.