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us   /ɪnˈeɪl·jə·nə·bəl/
unable to be taken away: The right to survival has to be the first on any list of inalienable rights for every human being.
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Translations of “inalienable”
in Chinese (Simplified) 不可剥夺的, 不可分割的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不可剝奪的, 不可分割的…
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