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Spanish translation of “inexperience”

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inexperience

noun /inikˈspiəriəns/
lack of experience or skilled knowledge
inexperiencia
He seems good at the job in spite of his youth and inexperience.
inexperienced adjective lacking knowledge, skill and experience
inexperto
Inexperienced climbers should not attempt this route.
Translations of “inexperience”
in Korean 미숙…
in Arabic قِلّة خِبرة, سَطحِيّة…
in French inexpérience…
in Italian inesperienza…
in Chinese (Traditional) 缺乏經驗,不熟練…
in Russian неопытность…
in Turkish toyluk, deneyimsizlik, tecrübesizlik…
in Polish brak doświadczenia…
in Portuguese inexperiência…
in German die Unerfahrenheit…
in Catalan inexperiència…
in Japanese 未熟, 経験不足…
in Chinese (Simplified) 缺乏经验,不熟练…
(Definition of inexperience from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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