Examples of irreparable in a sentence
The oil spill did irreparable harm to the bay.
The damage to their relationship was irreparable.
Origin and Etymology of irreparable
Middle English, from Middle French, from Latin irreparabilis, from in- + reparabilis reparable
First Known Use: 15th century
IRREPARABLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of irreparable for English Language Learners
: too bad to be corrected or repaired
IRREPARABLE Defined for Kids
Definition of irreparable for Students
: impossible to get back or to make right <A storm did irreparable damage to the beach.>
Legal Definition of irreparable
: impossible to repair, remedy, or undo
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