incapable of being reversed; "irreversible momentum toward revolution"
(irreversibility) the quality of being irreversible (once done it cannot be changed)
Irréversible is a 2002 French film written, directed, photographed, and edited by Gaspar Noé. It stars Monica Bellucci and Vincent Cassel. Several reviewers declared it one of the most disturbing and controversial films of 2002. The film employs non-linear narrative. ...
Irréversible is the soundtrack album to the highly controversial film of the same name, as well as a solo album by Thomas Bangalter. The album was produced by Bangalter, who is best known for being one-half of the French house duo Daft Punk. ...
(irreversibility) Limitation on preoperational thought, consisting of failure to understand that an operation can go in two or more directions
Irreversibility refers to the understanding that once the physical body dies it cannot be made alive again. In offering this definition the question of whether there is some sort of noncorporeal continuation after death of the body (e.g. ...
Commitments that cannot be reversed, except perhaps in the extreme long term.
once learners have come to see the world in terms of the threshold concept they can not return to their former, more primitive, view
Impossible to change back.
For a critical illness condition, this means the policyholder is incapable of being cured by medical treatment and/or surgical procedures used by the National Health Service in the United Kingdom at the time of being diagnosed.