unrepairable

unrepairable

(ˌʌnrɪˈpɛərəbəl)
adj
not able to be repaired, fixed, or mended
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The ends of the white marble memorial are intact but the sides have broken down and are in such a bad state may be unrepairable.
Dad explained that a metal airplane is subject to corrosion and possibly unrepairable damage in a hail storm, while a fabric airplane could survive small hail with no noticeable damage or be easily recovered after a severe storm.
Since then, Tevez and City's relation have fractured massively and are deemed unrepairable now after the Argentinean striker went back to Buenos Aires without taking due permissions and refused to train.