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    Question 'irreversible' and 'irreparable' for a 'mistake'?

    Hi,
    Could you please tell me if the two adjectives can be used with mistake and error? Thanks a lot!

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    Re: 'irreversible' and 'irreparable' for a 'mistake'?

    In general, yes. Context would determine whether acceptable.

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