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inevitable

adjective     /ɪˈnevɪtəbl/
If something is inevitable, you cannot avoid or prevent it: [+ (that)] It was inevitable that his crime would be discovered.Inevitable
the inevitable
something that cannot be prevented: Eventually the inevitable happened and he had a heart attack.Inevitable
inevitably adverb
Inevitably, there was a certain amount of fighting between the groups.
inevitability     /ɪˌnevɪtəˈbɪləti/ noun [U]
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