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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 Chinese (Traditional) 無能力…
in Chinese (Simplified) 无能力…
(Definition of incapacity from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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