Definition of unrepairable in US English:

unrepairable

adjective

  • Impossible to repair.

    ‘a large consignment of defective and unrepairable goods’
    • ‘After the accident, the remains were inspected and deemed unrepairable then put up for disposal.’
    • ‘Someone else's negligence left me with a painful neck, sore knees, an unrepairable car and a hole in my pocket.’
    • ‘The inside of the hard drive is a contaminent free space, with zero dust, and even a few particles can make the drive unrepairable.’
    • ‘The company may want to reimburse owners of infected devices if they turn out to be unrepairable.’
    • ‘The danger is she's going to alienate the Indian community so badly it will be unrepairable.’
    • ‘The car was in eleventh place when it hit the wall at the difficult bottom hairpin and was forced to withdraw as unrepairable.’
    irreversible, irremediable, unrectifiable, irrevocable, irretrievable, irredeemable, unrestorable, irrecoverable, unrecoverable, beyond repair, past mending
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Pronunciation

unrepairable

/ˌənrəˈperəb(ə)l/