Inexcusable , originating in the Latin word inexcusable, is a adjective which is used to refer to what cannot be excused : avoid, justify, forgive. The inexcusable, therefore, results impossible to avoid or to apologize .
For example: “I regret to inform you that we will not be able to meet tomorrow as an inexcusable commitment arose”, "The president made an inexcusable mistake and now he must take care of its consequences", “The treatment that the police give to immigrants is inexcusable”.
It is generally said that something is inexcusable when it must be realized in any way or when inevitable . In the face of the inexcusable, the pretexts Nor the rodeos.
Minister of Security of a country In this context, he affirms that his commitment to the fight against drug trafficking is inexcusable. The official, in this way, expresses that there is nothing that can take him away from that battle, since he considers that confronting drug traffickers is a priority in his management. There is no other problem that justifies that the minister neglects the persecution of those who sell illegal drugs.
The inexcusable can also be unforgivable for its characteristics. Suppose the final of a tournament is played soccer very important. In the last minute of the game, when the score is tied without goals, a defender tries to make a risky play in his own area, a maneuver that is totally unnecessary given the context. The player ends up losing the ball ridiculously, allowing an opponent to score easily. His team, therefore, loses the match and runs out of the title. For sports journalists, the player's fault is inexcusable : The athlete made a terrible decision, underestimating the opponent and overestimating his own senseless ability.