Inability vs Inefficiency - What's the difference?

inability | inefficiency |


As nouns the difference between inability and inefficiency

is that inability is lack of the ability to do something; incapability while inefficiency is lack of efficiency or effectiveness.

inability

English

Noun

(inabilities)
  • lack of the ability to do something; incapability
  • * 2013 , Daniel Taylor, Jack Wilshere scores twice to ease Arsenal to victory over Marseille'' (in ''The Guardian , 26 November 2013)[http://www.theguardian.com/football/2013/nov/26/arsenal-marseille-match-report-champions-league]
  • The Premier League leaders did what many people thought was beyond them in their last European excursion, at the home of Borussia Dortmund, and they made light work of overcoming Marseille on a night when the one-sidedness was not reflected by their inability to add to Jack Wilshere's two goals.

    inefficiency

    Noun

    (inefficiencies)
  • Lack of efficiency or effectiveness.