English version

unplayable

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunplayableun‧play‧a‧ble /ʌnˈpleɪəbəl/ adjective  1 in sport, a ball that is unplayable is difficult to hit because of its position or speed2 a sports field that is unplayable is in too bad a condition to play on
Examples from the Corpus
unplayablePitching it up to the batsman made it, quite often, unplayable.He hooked badly off the second tee, was unplayable and took six.Accuracy and steadiness under pressure are more important than the ability to produce the odd unplayable ball.Harley's ball was lying a mere few inches from an out-of-bounds fence and was therefore unplayable by a right-handed golfer.Then Edgley found an unplayable lie off the tee.By setting them to different scales harmonic progressions which would be unplayable on a single harp are made possible.
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