Meaning of irreversibility in English:


Pronunciation /ɪrɪvəːsɪˈbɪlɪti/


See irreversible

‘The young represent the irreversibility of time; they pose a standing threat of innovation and change.’
  • ‘I have shown that irreversibility can then lead to structure, to self-organization.’
  • ‘Bulgaria will always need a partnership that is to a degree a guarantee for the normal flow of processes and their irreversibility.’
  • ‘The victims of the partition also knew the irreversibility of the choice of their new citizenship.’
  • ‘To point to the danger of irreversibility and of innocents being executed is not a panic reaction.’