Definición de irremovable en inglés:

irremovable

Saltos de línea: ir|re¦mov|able
Pronunciación: /ɪrɪˈmuːvəb(ə)l
 
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adjetivo

1Incapable of being removed: the irremovable taint of corruption
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Using its spines to grip objects firmly it lodges itself between tree roots and cracks in rocks, literally irremovable.
  • All of a sudden, with incredible speed, the fog we used to take as something virtually irremovable dispersed.
  • He has been irremovable from the charts ever since and released his latest album last year.
1.1(Of an official) unable to be displaced from office.
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  • Today, as an unelected Brussels official, he is unaccountable and irremovable.
  • David Hockney is outspoken, privileged by his irremovable status, in his distaste for an officialdom of art.
  • Doubtless, its four military members are not irremovable in law, but like the two civilian members they enjoy the independence inherent in the Convention's notion of a ‘court’.

Derivativos

irremovability

Pronunciación: /-ˈbɪlɪti/
sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • However, the absence of a formal recognition of this irremovability in the law does not in itself imply lack of independence.
  • The latter, however, rejected this interference, secure in the knowledge of his irremovability.

irremovably

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The single beds were squashed together, irremovably, and we're both tough guys
  • Why, nothing, of course, given that the political system that permitted it to happen is irremovably entrenched.
  • It is irremovably embedded in the viewing experience of the film.

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