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Translation of "ineffectual" - English-Spanish dictionary

ineffectual

adjective   /ˌɪn.ɪˈfek.tju.əl/ formal
not skilled at achieving, or not able to produce, good results ineficaz, incapaz an ineffectual leader The teachers were ineffectual at maintaining discipline.1913
ineffectually adverb   /-i/
(Definition of ineffectual from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

ineffectual

adjective /iniˈfektʃuəl/
not producing any result or the desired result ineficaz His attempts to keep order in the classroom were quite ineffectual.
(of a person) not confident or able to lead people; not able to get things done inútil an ineffectual teacher.
ineffectualness noun
ineficacia
(Definition of ineffectual from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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