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unfixable

Line breaks: un|fix¦able
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈfɪksəbl
 
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Definition of unfixable in English:

adjective

Not able to be repaired or put right: I do not think the problem is unfixable
More example sentences
  • You end up with more time to do the things you care about instead of working on the unfixable.
  • All histories are dead, invisible, unfixable, unattainable, broken, inarticulate (' stutter ').
  • A deteriorating situation became unfixable in April 1993 at the York train show.

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