Meaning of irreducibly in English:



See irreducible

‘For Diderot, every work is the legitimate property of its author because a work of literature is the irreducibly singular expression of that author's thoughts and feelings.’
  • ‘Impeccable as his Italian credentials were, even after twenty years, Tetrode remained irreducibly a man of the North.’
  • ‘Here, it is crucial that there is no formula that connects them, that our experience is irreducibly multiform.’
  • ‘It is clear that capitalism, with its ceaseless boom and bust cycles, is itself, fundamentally and irreducibly, bi-polar.’
  • ‘What he means is irreducibly more complex than his statement lets on.’