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Translation of "incoherent" - English-Spanish dictionary

incoherent

adjective   /ˌɪn.kəʊˈhɪə.rənt/
expressing yourself in a way that is not clear incoherente He was confused and incoherent and I didn’t get much sense out of him.1130
expressed in a way that is not clear, especially with words or ideas that are joined together badly incoherente The talk she gave was incoherent and badly prepared.1130
incoherently adverb   /-li/ incoherence noun [no plural]   /-ˈhɪə.rəns/
(Definition of incoherent from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

incoherent

adjective /inkouˈhiərənt/
talking, writing etc in a way which is not easy to follow incoherente He was suffering from fever and his speech was incoherent.
incoherently adverb
incoherentemente
incoherence noun
incoherencia
(Definition of incoherent from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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