What does impenetrable mean?

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Adjective
  1. Not penetrable.
  2. (figuratively) Incomprehensible; inscrutable.
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Film strips hung from the cutter's rack, bits and pieces of Utah, out-takes overexposed and underexposed, masses of impenetrable material.
Those who mistake the inborn shyness of English people for an impenetrable reserve should visit it.
Except for a few hundred in bills, everything was locked in the impenetrable safe.
Anyway, I bet they all feel the same way about our own impenetrable Anglicisms.
Bailey answered in Zulu to make the point that English is as impenetrable for a Zulu speaker as Zulu is for an English speaker.
And without a commentary, The Zohar really is an impenetrable text, because of the symbolism that appears in almost every line.

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