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You need support and understanding to quit before you do yourself irreparable harm. The Sun (2012)My thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends in their moment of irreparable loss. Times, Sunday Times (2009)That would do irreparable damage to the whole family. The Sun (2014)He suffered irreparable brain damage and it would be almost another decade before he would walk unaided. Times, Sunday Times (2006)By then irreparable damage had been done. Times, Sunday Times (2007)An opening heart lead might appear to do irreparable damage as it removes a dummy entry. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Of course it should devise the most painful sanctions that it can without doing its collective economy irreparable harm. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Instead it risks doing irreparable harm. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You get the sense that there isn't much time before the situation becomes irreparable. Times, Sunday Times (2012)In both cases, there is an irreparable loss of knowledge, whether or not objects have any commercial value. Times, Sunday Times (2015)If we rigidly hold people to their commitments to serve, we can do irreparable damage to them and the work they've done. Christianity Today (2000)
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Translations for 'irreparable'
British English: irreparable ADJECTIVE
Irreparable damage or harm is so bad that it cannot be repaired or put right.
The move would cause irreparable harm to the organization.
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