The prefix means 'not'. So, for example, irresponsible means 'not responsible'.
The prefix, however, is actually in-, such as incapable. You change the n depending on the word. Words that begin with l use the prefix il- (e.g. illegal), words that begin with r use the prefix ir- (e.g. irresponsible) and words that begin with m or p use the prefix im- (e.g. immature or implausible). You use the prefix in- in all other cases.
The prefix "ir-" is found in irrelevant, irreverent, and irreparable.
There is no prefix.
Words with the prefix ir - :irregularirreplaceableirresponsibleirreparable
the prefix for irrigate is
Ir- can be a prefix for regular: irregular.
The prefix ir- is used to form the word irregular.
Examples of prefixes ir are irresponsible , irregular ,
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The syllable 'ir-' is a Latin prefix. It carries the meaning of not. It's used instead of the prefix '-in', of the same meaning, when the word begins with the letter 'r'. Examples of 'in-' and 'ir-' in English are 'incoherent', which means 'not coherent'; and 'irrelevant', which means 'not relevant'.
There's two. "ir" and "re"
ir- as in irresponsible
"Ir" to get Irregular.
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Prefix - ir Root - ration Suffix - al
Irritate Irate Irrational Irrigate Irrevocable Irretrievable Irregular Irresistible
irregular, irrational, irresponsible
Irradiate Irrational Irresistible
Ir- and re- are the prefixes of irreplaceable.
Rational is the opposite of irrational. The ir- prefix is a variation of the in- prefix and means "not".
Ir- is an English prefix meaning not. Irreplaceable means something cannot be replaced. Other words using ir- are irrelevant and irregular.