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ir·re·spec·tive
[ir-i-spek-tiv]
ADJECTIVE
1.
without regard to something else, especially something specified; ignoring or discounting (usually followed by of): Irrespective of my wishes, I should go.
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Irrespective definition, without regard to something else, especially something specified; ignoring or discounting (usually followed by of): Irrespective of my ...

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Define irrespective: lacking in respect : disrespectful — irrespective in a sentence .

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Define irrespective of: without thinking about or considering (something) — irrespective of in a sentence.

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Why is irrespective considered a proper word but irregardless is not? ... The "ir" in "irrespective" means "not", i.e. "not respective". So "irregardless" ...

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The adverb irrespective means regardless or in spite, and it is almost always followed by the word "of." Irrespective of your desire to stay inside on a bitterly cold ...

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not taking (something) into account; regardless of Meaning, pronunciation, example sentences, and more from Oxford Dictionaries.

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irrespective definition, meaning, what is irrespective: without considering; not needing to allow for: . Learn more.