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The unbeatable

 
 
Reply Mon 15 Jan, 2018 03:04 am
From The Oxford Guide to English Grammar by John Eastwood:
https://i.imgur.com/kNNIdku.jpg

My question is the following:

Is it possible to apply the above structure (The + adjective) to the adjective "unbeatable", that is, "The unbeatable"?

If so, would you please give me a couple of examples?

Thank you.

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izzythepush
 
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Reply Mon 15 Jan, 2018 08:44 am
@paok1970,
Would a film help?

Quote:
The Unbeatables is the computer animated story of Amadeo (voiced by Rupert Grint), a table football expert whose pint-sized players come to life to help him take on arrogant football superstar striker Flash (Anthony Head) in an actual match to save his village.


http://battleroyalewithcheese.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/960x410_b972471359e9b23390f0ad545b1038fb.jpg
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layman
 
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Reply Mon 15 Jan, 2018 12:24 pm
@paok1970,
It's pretty contrived, but you might say something like:

"The Tigers won every game this season, putting them in the rareified ranks of the unbeatable."
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dalehileman
 
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Reply Tue 16 Jan, 2018 02:03 pm
@paok1970,
In spite of my some 80+ years i Jorn I hafta admit Paok's evidently much smarter'n me; so in short, I don' 'stand his OP. Ed, Cen, help
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ekename
 
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Reply Tue 16 Jan, 2018 09:47 pm
@paok1970,
The rich, the poor, the old, the young, the blind, the deaf, the sick, the disabled, the unemployed, the injured, the homeless, the clueless and the unbeatable all take shelter from the storm.

The unbeatable are vastly over-rated.

I joined the ranks of the unbeatable. It was a very small club.


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