irresistible

词性:adj.
音标: [ˌɪrɪˈzɪstəbl]
释义:无法抗拒的,非常诱人的,[力量太强大而]不可抑制的,不可避免的,扛不住的

If something is irresistible, you have to have it, like the plate of gooey chocolate chip cookies sitting in front of a group of dieters who one by one help themselves to a handful.

If you can’t resist something, it’s irresistible. Something is irresistible if it is so enticing, attractive, magnetic, tempting, or alluring that you must have it. You have no control — that’s what all irresistible things have in common. From potato chips to bargain shopping or the urge to send text messages, when something is irresistible, it’s hard to fight.


Right, well, then the new trick’s gonna have to be irresistible then.


Yeah. You’re irresistible.


I got an irresistible invitation.


I had the irresistible urge to make pork chops for you.


Suddenly, through no fault of my own, I became irresistible to her!