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irrevocable

ir·rev·o·ca·ble / ˌiˈrevəkəbəl/ • adj. not able to be changed, reversed, or recovered; final: an irrevocable step. DERIVATIVES: ir·rev·o·ca·bil·i·ty / iˌrevəkəˈbilitē/ n. ir·rev·o·ca·bly / -blē/ adv.

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Irrevocable

IRREVOCABLE

Unable to cancel or recall; that which is unalterable or irreversible.

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