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"irredeemable" in British English

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irredeemableadjective

uk   us   /ˌɪr.ɪˈdiː.mə.bl̩/ formal
impossible to ​correct, ​improve, or ​change: There are irredeemable ​flaws in the ​logic of the ​argument.
irredeemably
adverb uk   us   /-bli/
The writing itself was irredeemably ​bad.
(Definition of irredeemable from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"irredeemable" in Business English

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irredeemableadjective

uk   us   /ˌɪrɪˈdiːməbl/
impossible to ​correct, ​improve, or ​change: An irredeemable ​letter cannot be ​cancelled.
FINANCE used to describe ​investments such as ​bonds that ​payinterest but have no ​agreeddate on which the ​borrower must ​pay the ​lender: They may be irredeemable, so that although they can be ​sold at any ​time the ​capitalrealised will depend on their ​price in the ​openmarket.

irredeemablenoun

uk   us   /ˌɪrɪˈdiːməbl/
irredeemables [plural] FINANCE bonds that ​payinterest but have no ​agreeddate on which the ​borrower must ​pay the ​lender: Irredeemables have no ​redemptiondate at all, so that ​interest on them will be ​paid indefinitely.
(Definition of irredeemable from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “irredeemable”
in Chinese (Simplified) 无法改正的, 无法改进的, 无法改变的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 無法改正的, 無法改進的, 無法改變的…
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