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Spanish translation of “unable”

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unable

adjective /anˈeibl/
without enough strength, power, skill, opportunity, information etc to be able (to do something)
incapaz
I am unable to get out of bed I shall be unable to meet you for lunch today.
Translations of “unable”
in French incapable de…
in German außerstande…
(Definition of unable from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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