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Definition of irreplaceable adjective from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary

 

irreplaceable

 adjective
adjective
NAmE//ˌɪrɪˈpleɪsəbl//
 
 
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too valuable or special to be replaced These pictures are irreplaceable. opposite replaceable Thesaurusvaluableprecious priceless irreplaceableThese words all describe something that is worth a lot of money or is very important to someone.valuable worth a lot of money:The thieves took three pieces of valuable jewelry.precious rare and worth a lot of money; loved or valued very much:a precious Chinese vase, valued at half a million dollars precious memories of our time togetherpriceless extremely valuable; loved or valued very much:a priceless collection of antiquesirreplaceable too valuable or special to be replacedPatterns valuable/precious/priceless/irreplaceable possessions valuable/precious/priceless antiques/jewels/jewelry
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