unrecoverable


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unrecoverable

(ˌʌnrɪˈkʌvərəbəl)
adj
1. not able to be recovered or taken back; lost
2. relating to that from which there is no recovery
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unrecoverable - incapable of being recovered or regainedunrecoverable - incapable of being recovered or regained
recoverable - capable of being recovered or regained; "recoverable truth of a past event"
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They have finally admitted to caravan parks being used as full time residencies and as such incurring huge unrecoverable costs to the county coffers.
The stolen electricity was ascribed to those non-existent customers and was recorded as debts receivable, which were written off by the court decision some time later as unrecoverable debts.
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However, certain restrictions may lead to unrecoverable VAT, including whether a reciprocity agreement is required, the nature of the business, and the nature of the costs.
No matter how much money is spent on unrecoverable legal costs in adjudication, the matters in that process can always be subject to further arbitration or litigation proceedings after the project has been, hopefully, successfully completed.
Recognizing his engine had experienced an unrecoverable compressor stall, he shut down his #1 engine, and completed the Engine Failure/ Overtemp/Compressor Stall checklist.
Financial Investigator Mark Bancroft said: "Powell spent much of the stolen money on drugs and gave a lot away to friends, so it is unrecoverable.
Iraq's Oil Ministry has asked British oil major BP and Chinese partner CNPC to turn their signature bonus for Rumaila oilfield into an unrecoverable but lower payment rather than a soft loan, an Iraqi official said on Tuesday.
Alupro's own analysis demonstrates that a 65% target for aluminium would be challenging, but probably achievable if the industry received the full support of government and other stakeholders, and the UK came into line with the rest of Europe and excluded the aluminium used in laminates and composites, technically unrecoverable, from the total figure for the aluminium placed on the market, as per the EU Packaging and Packaging Waste Directive.
If carbon dioxide emissions steadily increase and oceanic acidity continues to rise, most of the world's fisheries could collapse completely, and be unrecoverable for millions of years.
Instead of immediate dismissal, which would mean all his colleagues' loans would be unrecoverable, he should be given a warning.
The Liberal Democrats warned that around one third would have to be written off as unrecoverable, leaving taxpayers out of pocket.