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Translation of "incompetence" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

incompetence

noun [U]
 
 
/ɪnˈkɒm.pɪ.tənts/ US  /-ˈkɑːm.pə.t̬ənts/
lack of ability or skill to do something successfully or as it should be done
無能力;不勝任,不稱職
Management have demonstrated almost unbelievable incompetence in their handling of the dispute.
管理層在處理這次糾紛時顯出了令人難以置信的無能。
allegations/accusations of incompetence
不稱職指控/指責
Inability and awkwardness
Translations of “incompetence”
in Korean 무능…
in Arabic عَجْز, نَقْص, عَدَم كَفاءة…
in Portuguese incompetência, incapacidade, inépcia…
in Catalan incompetència…
in Japanese 無能…
in Italian incompetenza…
in Chinese (Simplified) 无能力, 不胜任,不称职…
(Definition of incompetence from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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