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Spanish translation of “unfit”

unfit

adjective /anˈfit/
not good enough; not in a suitable state
no apto, incapacitado
He has been ill and is quite unfit to travel.
(of a person, dog, horse etc) not as strong and healthy as is possible
que no está en forma
You become unfit if you don’t take regular exercise.
unfitness noun
mala condición física, falta de salud
(Definition of unfit from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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