Significado de irrebuttable en en inglés


Pronunciación /ˌɪrɪˈbʌtəb(ə)l/


  • Unable to be rebutted.

    ‘There is without doubt a very strong presumption in favour of a course of action which will prolong life, but… it is not irrebuttable.’
    • ‘This creates an irrebuttable legal fiction unconnected with the facts.’
    • ‘Other presumptions, including irrebuttable presumptions of law, such as the age of criminal liability, belong more properly to the substantive law.’
    • ‘There would be a fixed list of relationships covered by the statutory duty of care, creating an irrebuttable presumption that there was a close tie of love and affection.’
    • ‘However, the presumption is not irrebuttable.’