"Irregardless" is not a word. Period. For some strange reason though, this word has slipped into the English Language.
If you break the word "Irregardless" up, there is a prefix ir and a suffix -less. Both this prefix and suffix means "the absence of".
Is it necessary to indicate the absence twice in one word? Of course not.
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