Incommensurate vs Unfit - What's the difference?

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Incommensurate is a related term of unfit.


As adjectives the difference between incommensurate and unfit

is that incommensurate is out of proportion (in size, degree or extent) with something else while unfit is not fit; not having the correct requirements.

As a verb unfit is

to make unfit; to render unsuitable, spoil, disqualify.

incommensurate

English

Adjective

(en adjective)
  • Out of proportion (in size, degree or extent) with something else
  • Antonyms

    * commensurate

    unfit

    English

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • Not fit; not having the correct requirements.
  • :Jack cannot run, making him unfit for the track team.
  • Not fit, not having a good physical demeanor.
  • I've become so unfit after stopping cycling to town.

    Verb

    (unfitt)
  • To make unfit; to render unsuitable, spoil, disqualify.
  • *1851 , Herman Melville, Moby-Dick :
  • *:He [...] added that he was fearful Christianity, or rather Christians, had unfitted him for ascending the pure and undefiled throne of thirty pagan Kings before him.
  • *1946 , (Bertrand Russell), History of Western Philosophy , I.30:
  • *:These preoccupations unfitted the soldiers for the defence of the frontier, and permitted vigorous incursions of Germans form the north and Persians from the east.