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Not taking (something) into account; regardless of:‘child benefit is paid irrespective of income levels’
regardless of, without regard for, without regard to, disregarding, ignoring, notwithstanding, whatever, no matter what, without reference to, without consideration of, setting aside, discountingirregardless ofView synonyms
- ‘These forms are true of a picture on the wall, a statue of stone or clay or in any material irrespective of cost.’
- ‘A sexist society would remain enslaved, irrespective of how it was ruled.’
- ‘In short we get the political morality we vote for irrespective of electronic or paper methods.’
- ‘We need to understand whether a war is necessary, irrespective of the economic effects.’
- ‘It binds us together, irrespective of creed or colour, race or religion.’
- ‘This noble tradition continues to today as the church reaches out to all irrespective of class.’
- ‘As a result, online shops seem to think all they need to do is address security, irrespective of how bad the experience is.’
- ‘Friends are a gift of God, just like any other gifts irrespective of their price or appearance.’
- ‘Unions demand parity for workers in west and east irrespective of the lower living costs in the east.’
- ‘Murray will do what he wants, irrespective of what anybody else thinks.’
- ‘On the contrary, there are people who like branded items, irrespective of the price.’
- ‘He's happy that people come to visit irrespective of their motivation or beliefs.’
- ‘New members are always welcome, irrespective of what stage of bereavement they are at.’
- ‘The government has at its helm a man who seeks consensus at all costs irrespective of what that cost might be.’
- ‘In any event, it is not disputed that an account of profits arises irrespective of the grant of an injunction.’
- ‘Yet, irrespective of who is at the helm, in my opinion, we need another cut in interest rates.’
- ‘A hyperlink is always a good way of tying up related documents, irrespective of the type.’
- ‘The police also suggest slowing down at every curve, irrespective of the volume of traffic.’
- ‘These peoples irrespective of parties are the root of all problems Bangladesh is facing.’
- ‘If he hasn't, then I would urge him to go and to go quickly, irrespective of final tallies.’
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