Meaning of INSEPARABLE in English

INSEPARABLE

/ ɪnˈseprəbl; NAmE / adjective

1.

inseparable (from sth) not able to be separated :

Our economic fortunes are inseparable from those of Europe.

2.

if people are inseparable , they spend most of their time together and are very good friends

►  in·sep·ar·ab·il·ity / ɪnˌseprəˈbɪləti; NAmE / noun [ U ]

►  in·sep·ar·ably / ɪnˈseprəbli; NAmE / adverb :

Our lives were inseparably linked.

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WORD ORIGIN

late Middle English : from Latin inseparabilis , from in- not + separabilis , from separare disjoin, divide, from se- apart + parare prepare.

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