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inert

adjective /iˈnəːt/
without the power to move
inerte
A stone is an inert object.
(of people) not wanting to move, act or think
inerte, inactivo
lazy, inert people.
inertness noun
inercia
inertia /-ʃiə/ noun the state of being inert
inercia
It was difficult to overcome the feeling of inertia that the wine and heat had brought on.
(Definition of inert from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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