Definition of under-equipped in English:

under-equipped

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adjective

Not having all the necessary equipment or resources: many hospitals and clinics were understaffed and under-equipped
More example sentences
  • Meanwhile, the dominance of air forces in procurement battles has left Britain's land army woefully under-equipped.
  • They were many miles from the nearest, grossly under-equipped health clinic.
  • His dad joined the growing anger at the Government for only sending 3,300 under-equipped troops to cover a massive area.

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