Definición de ineffective en inglés:

ineffective

Saltos de línea: in|ef¦fect|ive
Pronunciación: /ɪnɪˈfɛktɪv
 
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adjetivo

Not producing any significant or desired effect: the legal sanctions against oil spills are virtually ineffective a weak and ineffective president
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Universities, the most ineffective professional lobby in Britain, simply took this on the chin.
  • To be sure, this mission has been woefully ineffective from the start.
  • As a sales patter, it was hopelessly ineffective, probably scaring off any potential purchasers.
Sinónimos
unsuccessful, non-successful, unproductive, fruitless, profitless, unprofitable, abortive, failed, futile, purposeless, worthless, useless, ineffectual, inefficient, inefficacious, inadequate, vain, unavailing, to no effect; idle, feeble, weak, inept, lame
archaic bootless
rare unfructuous, inutile
ineffectual, inefficient, inefficacious, unsuccessful, powerless, impotent, inadequate, incompetent, incapable, unfit, inept, lame, feeble, weak, poor
informal useless, hopeless

Derivativos

ineffectively

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • He said: ‘Decommissioning is a vital tool, but the Government has used it ineffectively.’
  • But while the root of the problem is being tackled so ineffectively, can we not balance the argument so that on the way, we all don't get carried away?
  • Still, it'll give them what they love doing most - moaning on in the background ineffectively.

ineffectiveness

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • South Asian elected representatives have also been repeatedly criticised for their ineffectiveness even by their own communities.
  • However, the ineffectiveness of more coercive measures in Britain has not led to any questioning of the policy, but simply to calls for more of the same.
  • Inevitably when paid professionals take the unpopular decisions, the ineffectiveness of the politician becomes apparent.

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