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immutable

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EtymologyEdit

From French, ultimately from Latin immutabilis (unchangable); im- +‎ mutable

AdjectiveEdit

immutable (not comparable)

  1. Unable to be changed without exception.
    The government has enacted an immutable law.
  2. (programming, of a variable) Not able to be altered in the memory after its value is set initially, such as a constant.

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NounEdit

immutable (plural immutables)

  1. Something that cannot be changed.

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FrenchEdit

AdjectiveEdit

immutable (masculine and feminine, plural immutables)

  1. immutable
  2. (programming) immutable

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