Impossible definition

Impossible means the monitoring location(s) are either physically or legally inaccessible, or access would cause danger to life or limb.
Impossible as used in RCW 46.16A.200, means that there was nothing made by the manufacturer (to include, but not limited to, a bracket or the bumper of the vehicle) for the originally manufactured vehicle which would allow the license plate to be affixed to the vehicle in the manner pre- scribed in RCW 46.16A.200.
Impossible in this context means that the designated system function is not operable by the driver during normal use or during reasonably foreseeable misuse. In this context, it would not be reasonable for a manufacturer to anticipate that a driver would undertake sophisticated technical measures to defeat the manufacturer’s intentions. The manufacturer’s rationale may be based on regulation or their own judgement.

Examples of Impossible in a sentence

  • Mission Not So Impossible: The AMM and the Transition from Conflict to Peace in Aceh, 2005–2006 Kirsten E.

  • Impossible or impracticable barriers outside the control of the parent or child prevent a student from attending school.

  • Merges, As Many as Six Impossible Patents Before Breakfast: Property Rights for Business Concepts and Patent System Reform, 14 BERKELEY TECH.

  • It Is Important To Note That Footwear Is Subject To Many Different Conditions Encountered In Everyday Use And That It Is Impossible To Make Footwear Resistant To Slip In All Conditions.

  • Impossible Subjects: Illegal Aliens and the Making of Modern America.


More Definitions of Impossible

Impossible means actual impossibility or extreme and unreasonable difficulty or expense.
Impossible means actual impossibility or extremely and unreasonably difficult or expensive.
Impossible rather, impracticality means only ‘the difficulty or inconvenience of joining all
Impossible means, in the context of prior approval for reduced headroom lifts, that it is not possible using up to date engineering practice to install the required refuge space without having to modify the existing foundations of the building or breach requirements related to heritage preservation;
Impossible as used in RCW 46.16A.200, means that there was nothing made by the manufacturer (to include, but not limited to, a bracket or the bumper of the vehicle) for the originally manufactured
Impossible means not capable of existing or taking place: unlikely to happen or be done.
Impossible. – adunateo – means weak, impotent or unable.