- tushuntirib bo'lmaydigan
Adjective(1) not to be accounted for or explained(2) free from control or responsibility
(1) These countries demonstrate that sanctions often mean little to unaccountable , despotic, governments.(2) He is absolutely unaccountable and is never second guessed.(3) They argue that the charter is un-democratic because it supposedly takes power away from the democratically elected representatives and gives it to unaccountable judges.(4) But at the High Court this month he won what can only be described as a pyrrhic victory, ending his battle against what he and many others see as the closed and unaccountable world of private hospitals.(5) Today, as an unelected official, he is unaccountable and irremovable.(6) She also makes unaccountable remarks about African-American visual artists.(7) But his hearings raise the question of why such critical areas have remained so├ö├ç┬¬ unaccountable .(8) This caricature of socialism is played up by wealthy businessmen whose enterprises are run from top to bottom by unaccountable officials, stamping their prejudices and favouritisms on the people who do the work.(9) But who wants a world order shaped by these unelected, unaccountable characters?(10) There will be even less democracy, as more judges and other unaccountable figures are given authority to supervise elected politicians.(11) Instead they will leap at the chance to hand matters over to an inquiry, where a judge or some other apparently neutral, unaccountable figure can spend months or years establishing ├ö├ç├┐the truth├ö├ç├û, Solomon-style.(12) You, therefore, are our supreme authority, and yet you are unaccountable to us.(13) They also point out that these drivers are unaccountable and untraceable.(14) It is centrally controlled and unaccountable except through a disembodied digital voting system administered by the central authority.(15) An even larger number of Americans with disparate views on the subject of homosexuality object to the idea that shared social norms can be revamped unilaterally by unelected, unaccountable judges.(16) The lack of transparency in the city budget has proved how the country has seriously deteriorated due to unaccountable leaders.
1. inexplicable ::
2. not answerable ::
3. unexplainable ::
1. explicable ::
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