- The quality or state of being implacable.
Bold textThree ships of the Royal Navy have been named HMS Implacable:
- The first Implacable, launched in 1795 as the French ship Duguay-Trouin, was a 74-gun third-rate ship of the line. Captured by the British on 3 November 1805, she was renamed Implacable. She was scuttled in 1949, by then the second oldest ship of the Navy (after Victory).
- The second Implacable, launched in 1899, was a Formidable-class battleship. She served in World War I and fought at the Dardanelles.
- The third Implacable (R86), launched in 1942, was the lead ship of her class of aircraft carriers. She served in World War II and was broken up in 1954.
Relentless; not affected by attempts to change
implacability in German: HMS Implacable
implacability in Japanese: インプラカブル
implacability in Slovenian: HMS Implacable