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Meaning of “incapable” - Learner’s Dictionary

incapable

adjective     /ɪnˈkeɪpəbl/
incapable of sth/doing sth
not able to do something or to feel a particular emotion: He's incapable of controlling his temper. I think she's incapable of love.Inability and awkwardnessWeakness and vulnerability
Translations of “incapable”
in Arabic غَيْر قادِر…
in Korean 무능한…
in Malaysian tidak mampu…
in French incapable (de)…
in Italian incapace…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不會的, 不能勝任的…
in Vietnamese không có khả năng…
in Spanish incapaz…
in Portuguese incapaz…
in Thai ซึ่งไม่สามารถพอ…
in German unfähig…
in Catalan incapaç…
in Japanese することができない…
in Indonesian tidak mampu, tidak bisa…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不会的, 不能胜任的…
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