English version

the point of no return

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe point of no returnthe point of no returnCONTINUE/NOT STOPa stage in a process or activity when it becomes impossible to stop it or do something differentreach/pass the point of no return I was aware that we had passed the point of no return. point
Examples from the Corpus
the point of no returnRelationships with the union beyond the point of no return?Foo was beyond the point of no return.The fire is the point of no return for the Gaucis.Suddenly it passed the point of no return and plunged downwards.The principal message conveyed by the leadership was that the Three Gorges project had reached the point of no return.By Joshua's time they had reached the point of no return.The dam project has reached the point of no return.In a few more moments this love scene would have reached the point of no return.Sailmaking We've reached the point of no return!
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