Translation of irrecoverable in Spanish:

irrecoverable

irrecuperable, adj.

Pronunciation /ɪrɪˈkʌv(ə)rəb(ə)l//ˌɪ(r)rəˈkəv(ə)rəb(ə)l/

adjective

formal

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    irrecuperable
    • In India, owing to the time lag involved in the recovery, banks tend to hold on to advances considered irrecoverable in their books.
    • History shows that, once lost, the democracy it guarantees is irrecoverable.
    • One feels that certain things are irrecoverable because they are past.
    • No government has considered the issue of charities' irrecoverable VAT more seriously than this one.
    • First impressions, memorable impressions, are generally irrecoverable; they often leave one the wiser, but they rarely return in the same form.
    • From the moment he commenced his turn the aircraft was almost immediately on its right wing tip and was irrecoverable.
    • Yeo demanded that the government announce ‘in principle, compensation for farmers who suffer irrecoverable losses’.
    • We see lives in the same light as our own lives might be seen when we have also become irrecoverable.
    • He seems to be working in a coal mine in his breaks and several shirts may be irrecoverable.
    • They have gone so far down that we are getting to the point of irrecoverable collapse.
    • Even those who survive it may come to regret wasting five active, irrecoverable years.
    • But he might simply shatter, break into irrecoverable pieces.
    • Twine said the write-off removed the necessity for the municipality to attempt to recover money that was irrecoverable.
    • There is only relative simplicity and not being, or at least being is diffused irrecoverable by its ‘own’ labyrinthine construction.
    • These can make the interest payable pale into insignificance and push someone already in debt into an irrecoverable position.
    • Causation, even established, did not entitle him to recover damages in respect of an irrecoverable loss.
    • Partial deals were possible because they did not require him to adopt any irrecoverable positions.
    • Her past was, in his words ‘out of sight and hearing, beyond reach, largely irrecoverable.’
    • As to the other two points, it was not suggested that the cost of repairs might be irrecoverable or that it might be uneconomic to recover it.
    • The privatisation roller coaster when everyone was encouraged to become a shareholder left many with irrecoverable losses.