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irreplaceable

adjective uk   /ˌɪr.ɪˈpleɪ.sə.bl̩/ us  
too special, unusual, or valuable to replace with something or someone else: Most of the porcelain you see in the display cabinets is irreplaceable. No one's irreplaceable in the workplace.
Translations of “irreplaceable”
in Spanish irremplazable…
in French irremplaçable…
in German unersetzbar…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不可替代的,獨一無二的…
in Russian незаменимый, невозместимый…
in Turkish yeri doldurulamaz, yerine yenisi konulamaz…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不可替代的,独一无二的…
in Polish niezastąpiony…
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