Definition of irrelatively in English:




See irrelative

‘As to me, irrelatively strong reaction against cancer can be caused by two possible fears.’
  • ‘Because of the irrelatively fast development, tumours in children serve as a model of carcinogenesis’
  • ‘Computers then were stationary and intended for successive or batch problem solution irrelatively to the real time and dynamic parameter changes.’
  • ‘As a result, however, the problem arises that limbs can be trapped with an irrelatively great power/travel ratio by the moving device.’
  • ‘Some data of only relative significance are presented irrelatively.’