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incompleteadjective

 us   /ˌɪn·kəmˈplit/
lacking some parts, or not finished: The polls have closed but the results of the election are still incomplete.

incompletenoun [C]

 us   /ˌɪn·kəmˈplit/
a mark, usually temporary, received when some of the work for a class has not been finished: He failed to hand in his term paper, so he got an incomplete for the course.
Translations of “incomplete”
in Arabic ناقِص…
in Korean 미완성의…
in Malaysian tidak lengkap…
in French incomplet…
in Turkish yarım, eksik, noksan…
in Italian incompleto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不完整的, 未完成的…
in Russian неполный, незавершенный…
in Polish niepełny…
in Vietnamese chưa hoàn thành…
in Spanish incompleto…
in Portuguese incompleto…
in Thai ซึ่งไม่สมบูรณ์…
in German unvollständig…
in Catalan incomplet…
in Japanese 未完成の, 不完全な…
in Indonesian tidak lengkap…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不完整的, 未完成的…
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