Definition of irrespectively in English:

irrespectively

adverb

See irrespective

  • ‘The gunner's sight is locked onto its designated target throughout the firing sequence, irrespectively of any evasive action the target attempts when aware that it is coming under attack.’
  • ‘When a pianist has played a series of concerts, prejudices are dropped and the critics will praise irrespectively.’
  • ‘We model the market component, irrespectively of its content, advertised products and brands.’
  • ‘As a result of repair saturation the same amount of photoproducts is removed during a defined period of time, irrespectively of the applied dose.’
  • ‘There is no reason for differentiating between those who are injured as a legal consequence of a breach from those who are injured in fact irrespectively of the breach of the regulations.’

Pronunciation

irrespectively

/ɪrɪˈspɛktɪvli/