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  • adjective Not reversible.


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un- +‎ reversible


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  • But, it continues over a period of minutes, tens of minutes, maybe even over an hour of time before it becomes unreversible.

    CNN Transcript Oct 1, 2008 2008

  • He felt that he had done some terrible deed -- like striking his mother in the face -- something unforgivable, unreversible, struck through and through with finality ....

    The Best Short Stories of 1920 and the Yearbook of the American Short Story Various 1915

  • Two reads on Barack Obama's disastrous and cowardly Iran policy, both of which point to serious and unreversible consequences for the people of Iran and the world:

    Jihad Monitor 2010

  • Last but not least, you did not make most sadly any efforts as well to communicate on a key issue, i.e. the most terrible and usually unreversible psychological consequences of such cruel and unresponsible abudctions on victimized children, emphasized by all leading international experts. 2009

  • Never mind that Michelle Obama is (as we have seen above) a successful career woman, who may well choose to return to full-time employment (she reduced her working hours when their children were born, and again to help with her husband’s campaign, but I imagine neither decision is unreversible.)

    No-one is “just” a wife « Gin&Comment 2008


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