Definition of irreducibility in US English:

irreducibility

noun

  • See irreducible

    • ‘In fact, the poet depends on the irreducibility of such cognitively significant meanings in order for him to be creative.’
    • ‘His images, like Celan's, are concentrated to the point of irreducibility.’
    • ‘In addition, she rightly admits the inherent irreducibility of all media.’
    • ‘Plausible though the notion may seem, there are serious difficulties in formalizing Wolfram's notion of ‘computational irreducibility.’’
    • ‘The fact that mind evades complete objectification is not a signal of its irreducibility to mechanics.’

Pronunciation

irreducibility

/ˌi(r)rəˌd(y)o͞osəˈbilədē//ˌɪ(r)rəˌd(j)usəˈbɪlədi/