Examples of irreversible in a Sentence
He suffered an irreversible loss of vision.
The crisis has done irreversible harm to the countries' relations.
Recent Examples of irreversible from the Web
According to climatologists from around the world, exceeding a two degree increase in global warming triggers irreversible climate calamity.
When none of her friends will fess up to the betrayal, in despair Tati takes a drastic, irreversible step that will affect everyone.
Waiting too long sets the deadly virus on an irreversible course of neural damage — or so doctors thought until recently.
Paul, having undergone the irreversible (and hilariously detailed) reduction, finds himself unexpectedly alone in Leisureland.
As of now, this sort of damage is irreversible, something Payne knows all too well.
In the course of 3 minutes of confusion in a high traffic sea channel, the McCain was in irreversible trouble.
Pyongyang can really cause irreversible damage to the American mainland if a diplomatic solution is not reached.
And the damage is irreversible; it cannot be undone.
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medical Definition of irreversible
- an irreversible medical procedure
- irreversible chemical syntheses
- irreversible brain damage
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