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incapacity

noun /(British ) ˌinkəˈpæsiti; (American) ˌinkəˈpæsitiː/
(formal) a lack of skill or ability
incapacidad
The flood damage highlighted the government’s incapacity to deal with large-scale disaster management.
the state of being unable to work or lead a normal life because of illness or weakness
discapacidad
(also adjective) incapacity benefit.
Translations of “incapacity”
in Vietnamese thiếu khả năng, thiểu năng…
in Thai การขาดคุณสมบัติ, การไร้ความสามารถ…
in Malaysian kehilangan upaya…
in Chinese (Traditional) 無能力…
in Indonesian ketidakmampuan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 无能力…
(Definition of incapacity from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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