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inexpert
American English: /ˌɪnˈɛkspərt/
British English: /ɪnˈɛkspəːt/

Translation of inexpert in Spanish:

adjective

  • poco hábil
    his inexpert attempt at …
    su torpe intento de …
    Example sentences
    • I'm especially concerned about the mentally ill, those whose disabilities may not be quantifiable or tangible to jaded health reviewers too inexpert or insensitive to accept what they don't understand.
    • My own, admittedly inexpert, sense is that we should seriously consider replacing what is a fairly complex system of child and child-care support with a single payment to each mother per child.
    • But it has that same uninspired atmosphere, where even stylish shots don't look stylish because the lighting is either so natural or so inexpert as to seem nonexistent.

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