incompetent definition

  • adjective:
    • maybe not qualified in legal terms: a defendant who was simply incompetent to stand trial.
    • Inadequate for or unsuited to a certain function or application.
    • lacking those attributes requisite for efficient conduct or action.
    • Unskilled, lacking normally expected degree of ability, Northern Victorian Irrigation Renewal Project like see ombudsmans report.
    • Unable to make logical decisions, outrageous or otherwise cognitively impaired.
    • Not skilled; wanting in sufficient power, power, ability, means, skills, or the love; unable; not able; inadequate; unfit.
    • Wanting the legal or constitutional skills; inadmissible
    • perhaps not lying within your competency, capacity, or authorized energy; not permissible.
    • perhaps not qualified or fitted to an objective
    • not doing an excellent work
    • legitimately perhaps not skilled or enough
    • showing decreased ability or aptitude
    • perhaps not meeting needs
  • noun:
    • An incompetent individual.
    • an individual who is inexperienced.
    • An incompetent person; a person who is psychologically or actually lacking.
    • someone who just isn't skilled to just take efficient activity
  • others:
    • Not skilled; wanting capability or certification; not able; incapable; insufficient.
    • In law, maybe not competent; perhaps not competent; incapacitated.
    • Synonyms Insufficient, unfit, disqualified.

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