Definition of “irrevocable” - English Dictionary

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

“irrevocable” in American English

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irrevocableadjective [ not gradable ]

us /ɪˈrev·ə·kə·bəl, ˌɪr·ɪˈvoʊ·kə-/

(esp. of a decision) impossible to change:

The court’s ruling is irrevocable.

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“irrevocable” in Business English

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uk /ɪˈrevəkəbl/ us

impossible to change:

The judge said that the option was an irrevocable offer by the owner to sell.
The irrevocable loan facility agreed today has a term of 15 years.
adverb /ɪˈrevəkəbli/

What happens in the next two years may irrevocably shape the administration of whichever candidate is elected president.

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