Inactive vs Unprofitable - What's the difference?
| Related terms
Inactive is a related term of unprofitable.
As adjectives the difference between inactive and unprofitable
is that inactive
is inactivated while unprofitable
is not making a profit.
As a verb inactive
Not active, temporarily or permanently
Not functioning or operating; broken down
- The volcano is inactive , but is only dormant.
Retired from duty or service
- The photocopier is inactive pending repair.
(chemistry) Relatively inert
- Admiral Jones is now on the inactive list.
(physics) Showing no optical activity in polarized light
- Aluminium is inactive towards water.
- Synthetic glycine is optically inactive as it contains equal amounts of the d- and l- form.
* (not active) dull, dormant
* (not functioning or operating) idle
* (not active) active
Not making a profit.
- Being a professional poet is a nice job, albeit unprofitable .