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"ill-equipped" in American English

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ill-equippedadjective

us   /ˌɪl·ɪˈkwɪpt/
lacking the ability or equipment necessary to do something well: Young parents are sometimes ill-equipped to cope with a child.
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"ill-equipped" in Business English

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ill-equippedadjective

uk   /ˌɪlɪˈkwɪpt/ us  
not having the ability, qualities, or equipment that you need in order to do something : ill-equipped to cope/deal with sth Budget cuts have left the hospitals understaffed and ill-equipped to deal with the recent surge of flu patients.
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