irreducible

[ ir-i-doo-suh-buh l, -dyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF irreducible

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The one-third of the French law seemed to be the irreducible minimum.

For all that, we trust that the irreducible minimum has now been reached.

We know that this form of association is not primary and irreducible.

The art of building bungalows is reduced in California to the irreducible.

It is an irreducible minimum in connection with the Reward System.

This much at least the after history demands as the irreducible minimum.

But it would have confined it to its essential and irreducible minimum.

The borderland of the unknown or the irreducible is its realm.

Or are they irreducible events, and units of mechanism by themselves?

For from what source could an irreducible relativity be produced in it?

WORD ORIGIN

1530s, from assimilated form of in- (1) "not, opposite of" + reducible. Related: Irreducibly; irreducibility.

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