Translation of irredeemable in Spanish:

irredeemable

Pronunciation: /ˌɪrɪˈdiːməbəl/

adjective/adjetivo

  • 1 1.1 [loss/damage/error] irremediable, irreparable 1.2 [Religion/Religión] [sinner/soul] irredimible
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    • He can drop back down to Austin and tap one of the truly irredeemable die-hards on the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals.
    • He remains curiously aloof and is one of the writer's greatest challenges - a man who can't be reached: unconvinced, irredeemable.
    • But then again, maybe I'm just an irredeemable optimist.
  • 2 [Finance] [bond/debenture] no amortizable
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    • Pibs are irredeemable shares that pay a fixed rate of interest.
    • Fraught bond negotiations concluded with the trustees selling 7.3 per cent thirty-year irredeemable gold bonds.
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    • In auctioning off monetary gold the managers of irredeemable currency are trying, in vain, to buy time to save their tottering regime.
    • The Constitution still prohibits the use of irredeemable currency and synthetic credit.
    • However, it is important to note that the discount on irredeemable currency, although obviously going to 100 percent, is never doing it along a straight line.

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