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feckless

adjective uk   /ˈfek.ləs/ formal us  
weak in character and lacking determination: He was portrayed as a feckless drunk.
Translations of “feckless”
in Chinese (Traditional) 無氣力的, 無精打采的…
in Russian безответственный…
in Turkish mıymıntı, sorumsuz ve beceriksiz, zayıf karakterli…
in Chinese (Simplified) 无气力的, 无精打采的…
in Polish nieodpowiedzialny…
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