refers to being composed, calm or impassive
Pronunciation: im-per-TUR-buh’-buh’ l
Difficulty Level: High
Meaning: refers to being composed, calm or impassive
1. The constant gibes from his colleagues failed to disturb his imperturbable composure.
2. Nor have the wild gyrations of Amazon’s share price over the past year caused its founder and chief executive to lose sleep. Mr Bezos manages to be simultaneously both bouncy and imperturbable.
The Economist, Amazon’s delta, Nov 18th 1999