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irresponsive

(ĭr′ĭ-spŏn′sĭv)
adj.
1. Not responsive, as to treatment or stimuli.
2. Not responding or answering readily.

ir′re·spon′sive·ly adv.
ir′re·spon′sive·ness n.
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Because of this, the attention is now focused on the dynamics of price increases, as price decreases seem to be irresponsive to the overall inflation rate.
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The former result suggests that exports are irresponsive to real depreciation.
Such a negligent attitude threatens to detach the lives that follow one another from those that came before, fostering generations that are irresponsive and hence irresponsible to one another.
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In cases irresponsive to these treatments, azathioprine was preferred as the second agent.
At the same time, industry sector is irresponsive to innovations, Isabaeva said.
Mouffe re-cognises, and urges us to engage with, and embrace, the political as conflictual, contestable, and undecidable, irresponsive to essentialised arguments, but always everywhere present.
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3) showed left ventricle systolic functions did not change and irresponsive to even if right ventricle systolic pressures decreased in patients with pulmonary hypertension.
The cooperative movement was regarded as a hopeful alternative, a third approach to those extreme arrangements provided by unrestrained markets or authoritarian governments, both irresponsive to workers needs and claims.
01 this latter form of vertical trust appears almost irresponsive to positional concerns.