Uncountable Definition

ŭn-kountə-bəl
adjective
Too many to be counted; innumerable.
An uncountable number of tourists.
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(mathematics) Incapable of being put into one-to-one correspondence with the natural numbers or any subset thereof.

Cantor's “diagonal proof" shows that the set of real numbers is uncountable.
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(grammar, of a noun) Describes a meaning of a noun that cannot be used freely with numbers or the indefinite article, and which therefore takes no plural form. Example: information.

Many languages do not distinguish countable nouns from uncountable nouns.
One meaning in law of the supposedly uncountable noun "information" is used in the plural and is countable.
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noun
(linguistics) An uncountable noun.
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Other Word Forms of Uncountable

Noun

Singular:
uncountable
Plural:
uncountables

Origin of Uncountable

  • un- + countable (count + -able)

    From Wiktionary

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