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incompetent

adjective /inˈkompitənt/
not good enough at doing a job etc
incompetente
He was sacked basically for being incompetent.
incompetence noun
incompetencia
serious professional incompetence.
Translations of “incompetent”
in Korean 무능한…
in Arabic عاجِز, غَير كُفء…
in French incompétent…
in Italian incompetente, incapace…
in Chinese (Traditional) 無能力的, 不勝任的…
in Russian некомпетентный, несведущий…
in Turkish yetersiz, ehliyetsiz, beceriksiz…
in Polish niekompetentny…
in Portuguese incompetente, inábil, incapaz…
in German unzulänglich…
in Catalan incompetent…
in Japanese 無能な…
in Chinese (Simplified) 无能力的, 不胜任的…
(Definition of incompetent from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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