Not able to be recovered, regained, or remedied: his liquid assets had to be written off as irrecoverable
More example sentences
- Twine said the write-off removed the necessity for the municipality to attempt to recover money that was irrecoverable.
- In India, owing to the time lag involved in the recovery, banks tend to hold on to advances considered irrecoverable in their books.
- As to the other two points, it was not suggested that the cost of repairs might be irrecoverable or that it might be uneconomic to recover it.
- Example sentences
- Mrs Keith fears the site could be irrecoverably damaged in the estimated two years before developers complete their work.
- Some time around the ninth century, Sappho's nine books were irrecoverably lost.
- I'm sure that such people would have a pet humanely put down if if were irrecoverably ill.
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