Meaning of “inseparable” in the English Dictionary

"inseparable" in British English

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inseparableadjective

uk /ɪnˈsep.rə.bəl/ us /ɪnˈsep.rə.bəl/

C2 If two or more people are inseparable, they are such good friends that they spend most of their time together:

When we were kids Zoe and I were inseparable.

If two or more things are inseparable, they are so closely connected that they cannot be considered separately:

Unemployment and inner city decay are inseparable issues which must be tackled together.
inseparably
adverb uk /ɪnˈsep.rə.bli/ us /ɪnˈsep.rə.bli/

These two causes are inseparably linked.

(Definition of “inseparable” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"inseparable" in American English

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inseparableadjective

us /ɪnˈsep·ər·ə·bəl/

(of two or more people) such good friends that they spend most of their time together, or (of two or more things) so closely connected that they cannot be considered separately:

When we were kids Zoe and I were inseparable.

(Definition of “inseparable” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)