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incapable

adjective  /ɪnˈkeɪ·pə·bəl/ us  
unable to do something: She’s incapable of hurting a fly.
Translations of “incapable”
in Spanish incapaz…
in Arabic غَيْر قادِر…
in Korean 무능한…
in Portuguese incapaz…
in French incapable (de)…
in German unfähig…
in Catalan incapaç…
in Japanese することができない…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不会的, 不能胜任的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不會的, 不能勝任的…
in Italian incapace…
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