- If you say that something isunbelievable, you are emphasizing that it is very good, impressive, intense, or extreme.不可思議的；難以置信的；極好的；非常棒的
e.g.His guitar solos are just unbelievable.
Then she was rewarded with unbelievable news.
- You can useunbelievableto emphasize that you think something is very bad or shocking.
e.g.I find it unbelievable that people can accept this sort of behaviour.
Students are under unbelievable pressure.
- If an idea or statement isunbelievable, it seems so unlikely to be true that you cannot believe it.
e.g.I still find this story both fascinating and unbelievable.