incompetent

[adj] - not doing a good job 2. [adj] - not qualified or suited for a purpose 3. [n] - someone who is not competent to take effective action
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Incompetent

In·com'pe·tent adjective [ Latin incompetens : confer French incompétent . See In- not, and Competent .] 1. Not competent; wanting in adequate strength, power, capacity, means, qualifications, or the like; incapable; unable; inadequate; unfit. « Incompe...
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incompetent

unskilled adjective not doing a good job; `incompetent at chess`
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incompetent

(in-kom´pә-tәnt) not able to function properly. a person who is unable to perform the required functions of everyday living. a person determined by the courts to be unable to manage his or her own affairs.
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Incompetent

• (a.) Not competent; wanting in adequate strength, power, capacity, means, qualifications, or the like; incapable; unable; inadequate; unfit. • (a.) Wanting the legal or constitutional qualifications; inadmissible; as, a person professedly wanting in religious belief is an incompetent witness in a court of law or equity; incompetent evid...
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Incompetent

Applied to strata, a formation, a rock, or a rock structure not combining sufficient firmness and flexibility to transmit a thrust and to lift a load by bending.
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Incompetent

A person who is legally incapable of managing his or her own business affairs. A person may be permanently or temporarily incompetent. A probate court usually decides if a person is incompetent or not. 'Incompetent' is often used interchangeably with 'incapacitated.'
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Incompetent

One who lacks efficiency, capability to fit for a job, or who is not qualified legally to stand for the trial, or who is not fit physically or mentally to perform the duty professionally.It can be due to mental, physical or legal deficiency that leds to one being incompetent.
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incompetent

not qualified or suited for a purpose
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incompetent

Person lacking the capacity, legal qualification or fitness to manage personal affairs or to discharge required duty.
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Incompetent

1) Unable to manage one's affairs due to mental incapacity or sometimes physical disability. Incompetence can be the basis for the appointment of a guardian or conservator to handle the incapacitated person's affairs. 2) In criminal law, unable to understand the nature of a trial, and therefore not qualified to stand trial or testify. 3) A general ...
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Incompetent

Applied to strata, a formation, a rock, or a rock structure not combining sufficient firmness and flexibility to transmit a thrust and to lift a load by bending.
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incompetent

not qualified or suited for a purpose
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