Definition of irrespective in English:

irrespective

Syllabification: ir·re·spec·tive
Pronunciation: /ˌiriˈspektiv
 
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adjective

[predic.] (irrespective of)
  • Not taking (something) into account; regardless of: child benefit is paid irrespective of income levels
    More example sentences
    • In any event, it is not disputed that an account of profits arises irrespective of the grant of an injunction.
    • It binds us together, irrespective of creed or colour, race or religion.
    • As a result, online shops seem to think all they need to do is address security, irrespective of how bad the experience is.
    Synonyms
    regardless of, without regard to/for, notwithstanding, whatever, no matter what, without consideration of

Derivatives

irrespectively

adverb
More example sentences
  • The gunner's sight is locked onto its designated target throughout the firing sequence, irrespectively of any evasive action the target attempts when aware that it is coming under attack.
  • When a pianist has played a series of concerts, prejudices are dropped and the critics will praise irrespectively.
  • We model the market component, irrespectively of its content, advertised products and brands.

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