incompetent

Imbecile vs Incompetent - What's the difference?

imbecile | incompetent |


As adjectives the difference between imbecile and incompetent

is that imbecile is (dated) destitute of strength, whether of body or mind; feeble; impotent; especially, mentally weak while incompetent is incompetent.

As a noun imbecile

is (obsolete) a person with limited (l) (l) who can perform (l) and think only like a young child, in medical circles meaning a person who lacks the capacity to develop beyond the mental age of a normal five to seven-year-old child.

Incompetent vs Disqualified - What's the difference?

incompetent | disqualified |


As an adjective incompetent

is incompetent.

As a verb disqualified is

(disqualify).

Incompetent vs Bad - What's the difference?

incompetent | bad |


As an adjective incompetent

is incompetent.

As a verb bad is

to simulate.

Incompetent vs Dishonest - What's the difference?

incompetent | dishonest |


As adjectives the difference between incompetent and dishonest

is that incompetent is incompetent while dishonest is not honest.

Incapacitated vs Incompetent - What's the difference?

incapacitated | incompetent |


As adjectives the difference between incapacitated and incompetent

is that incapacitated is unable to act while incompetent is incompetent.

As a verb incapacitated

is (incapacitate).

Incompetent vs Ignorant - What's the difference?

incompetent | ignorant |


As an adjective incompetent

is incompetent.

As a noun ignorant is

ignorant person, ignoramus.

Useless vs Incompetent - What's the difference?

useless | incompetent |


As adjectives the difference between useless and incompetent

is that useless is without use or possibility to be used while incompetent is incompetent.

Poor vs Incompetent - What's the difference?

poor | incompetent |


As adjectives the difference between poor and incompetent

is that poor is with little or no possessions or money while incompetent is incompetent.

As a noun poor

is (with "the") those who have little or no possessions or money, taken as a group.

Incompetent vs Unable - What's the difference?

incompetent | unable | Related terms |

Incompetent is a related term of unable.


As adjectives the difference between incompetent and unable

is that incompetent is incompetent while unable is not able; lacking a certain ability.

Idiot vs Incompetent - What's the difference?

idiot | incompetent |


As a noun idiot

is (slang|derogatory) a proponent of intelligent design.

As an adjective incompetent is

incompetent.

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