Traducción de irreparable en Español:


irreparable, adj.

Pronunciación /ɪ(r)ˈrɛp(ə)rəb(ə)l//ɪˈrɛp(ə)rəb(ə)l/


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    • But if the allegation was true and a bishop acted too slowly, irreparable damage may be caused to the victims.
    • Now, some people will insist that massive strokes leave irreparable injuries to the brain.
    • It would be an irreparable loss to science if they should get away.
    • Mr Devereux said as well as a huge financial loss some of the damage was irreparable.
    • My personal fear is that untold irreparable damage will be done.
    • Its appointment would do irreparable harm to the cause of the Chief Justice, those lawyers said.
    • Murphy has pointed out that this implies enduring and irreparable harm, and that it may be narrower than the judicial elaborations on the old law.
    • The rest of the night I sit there, wondering if I've done something irreparable, lost something irretrievable.
    • The pictures of petrol-bomb hurling youths that flashed round the world more than a year ago did irreparable harm to the city's image.
    • Last year's construction caused irreparable harm to some of the family farms there.
    • Thirty years of civil war have done irreparable harm to Sri Lanka.
    • R.J.R. MacDonald described permanent market loss as an example of irreparable harm.
    • Foot-and-mouth may have already caused irreparable archaeological loss.
    • The whole nation mourned the irreparable loss as Nelson laid peacefully in his sarcophagus.
    • He was a noble son of the earth and his death was an irreparable loss to mankind.
    • We are doomed to choose, and every choice may entail an irreparable loss.
    • Two different judges in those three separate hearings have said no irreparable harm is being done.
    • Even before the oath of 1790 further irreparable losses had been sustained, not all of them material.
    • Will the applicants suffer irreparable harm uncompensable by money damages if the relief sought is not granted?
    • Such interim measures may be taken in order to prevent serious and irreparable harm to any person, or general damage to the public interest.