無力, 至らない, 不束, 不肖, 無礼, 無能な, 不適格な
Noun(1) someone who is not competent to take effective action
Adjective(1) legally not qualified or sufficient(2) not qualified or suited for a purpose(3) showing lack of skill or aptitude(4) not doing a good job(5) not meeting requirements
(1) She would even settle for her incompetent assistants at this point.(2) Barium contrast studies and colonoscopy may show ulcers, strictures, a deformed cecum, incompetent ileocecal valve, or fistulas.(3) With close on 360000 inexperienced and incompetent drivers in circulation, is it any wonder that the accident rate is so alarming?(4) Occurs when incompetent valves cause blood to pool in the legs.(5) Valves maybe incompetent due to lower leg trauma, deep vein thrombosis, or congenital anomalies.(6) When a valve is incompetent , the heart has to work harder to pump the required amount of blood around the body.(7) This crew appears to be so power-hungry, and so incompetent in carrying out their radical programs, that only disaster will result if they gain a second term.(8) Quarrels over succession, corrupt and incompetent administration, and revolts accelerated disintegration.(9) Bullies latch on to any kind of weakness - but that doesn't mean the person being bullied is incompetent or incapable.(10) But to go back to work; suddenly, I AM that useless incompetent know-nothing manager whose presence in a position of authority bewilders everyone.(11) These apologies can be interpreted as excuses for people being incompetent , unqualified, dumb, disorganised, and unreliable.(12) I am simply too incompetent , too inexperienced and too unfit to be let anywhere near anything you can fall off.(13) In the 1940s, incompetent perforator veins were recognized as significant contributors to venous ulcers.(14) After that date firms would have to prove beyond doubt that older workers were incompetent or incapable of doing their jobs if they wanted to pension them off.(15) In a letter the procurator fiscal raised no objection to this, but in court the Crown argued, and the sheriff accepted, that the motion was incompetent .(16) On the grounds of weeding out incompetent and unqualified staff, every teacher in the city was dismissed by the municipal authorities and ordered to reapply for their positions.
(1) be incompetent :: 無能なこと
1. inept ::
2. unskilled ::
3. clumsy ::
4. unequal to ::
5. unqualified ::
6. incompetent person ::
1. able ::
2. capable ::
3. competent ::
4. expert ::
5. fit ::
6. qualified ::
7. skillful ::
incompetent, incompetently, incompetents
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