Definition of irrecoverably in English:

irrecoverably

adverb

  • See irrecoverable

    • ‘But the Revolution widened the gap irrecoverably, the British appropriating the overseas markets and resources that France lost.’
    • ‘I'm sure that such people would have a pet humanely put down if if were irrecoverably ill.’
    • ‘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.’
    • ‘The success of such a project would transform the language of aesthetics irrecoverably.’

Pronunciation

irrecoverably

/ˌɪrɪˈkʌv(ə)rəbli/