irretrievably


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ir·re·triev·a·ble

 (ĭr′ĭ-trē′və-bəl)
adj.
Difficult or impossible to retrieve or recover: Once the ring fell down the drain, it was irretrievable.

ir′re·triev′a·ble·ness, ir′re·triev′a·bil′i·ty n.
ir′re·triev′a·bly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.irretrievably - in an irretrievable manner; "it is irretrievably lost"
Translations
بصورةٍ لا يُمْكِن تَعْويضُها
nenapravitelně
jóvátehetetlenül
óbætanlega
onarılamaz şekilde

irretrievably

[ˌɪrɪˈtriːvəblɪ] ADVirreparablemente
irretrievably lostirreparablemente perdido, totalmente perdido

irretrievably

[ˌɪrɪˈtriːvəbli] adv [damage] → irréparablement; [break down] → irréparablement
Eventually her marriage broke down irretrievably → Son mariage finit par partir à vau-l'eau, irréparablement.

irretrievably

adv irretrievably lostfür immer verloren; irretrievably damagedirreparabel; her marriage broke down irretrievablyihre Ehe war (unheilbar) zerrüttet

irretrievable

(iriˈtriːvəbl) adjective
(of eg a loss or mistake) that cannot be recovered or put right.
ˌirreˈtrievably adverb
References in classic literature ?
Fearing that he would again be irretrievably lost, he called aloud to the wild man ahead of him, and in a moment had the satisfaction of seeing him drop lightly to his side from the branches above.
For a writer of his peculiar philosophic tenets, at all events, the world itself, in truth, must seem irretrievably old or even decadent.
The others have been irretrievably ruined by tears.
Excepting certain instances, in which the morsels of the torn paper had been irretrievably lost--and in which it had been necessary to complete the sense in harmony with the writer's intention--the whole letter had been put together; and the promised copy of it was forwarded to me in Paris.
During the ages of hardships and incessant warring between their own various races, as well as with the green men, and before they had fitted themselves to the changed conditions, much of the high civilization and many of the arts of the fair-haired Martians had become lost; but the red race of today has reached a point where it feels that it has made up in new discoveries and in a more practical civilization for all that lies irretrievably buried with the ancient Barsoomians, beneath the countless intervening ages.
At the sight of these witnesses, who could not know all the circumstances which had provoked and might justify his offence, Cornelius felt that he was irretrievably lost.
But indeed it can occasion little wonder that this matter escaped the observation of others, since poor Sophia herself never remarked it; and her heart was irretrievably lost before she suspected it was in danger.
In return he did not hesitate to state that her soul was irretrievably lost, and was of opinion that his brother's chance in the next world was not a whit better.
He will be committed irretrievably to his campaign of anarchy.
The tin case, however, containing the important despatches for New York, was irretrievably lost; the very precaution taken by the worthy Hibernian to secure his missives, had, by rendering them conspicuous, produced their robbery.
If she had done that, she ceased to be an object of interest, she threw in her lot with the vulgarest of dissemblers: a woman engaged in a love affair with Beaufort "classed" herself irretrievably.
The Mahars listened to the report of the Sagoth chief-tain, and so difficult is it to judge their emotions from their almost expressionless countenance, that I was at a loss to know how terrible might be their wrath as they learned that their great secret, upon which rested the fate of their race, might now be irretrievably lost.