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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishineptin‧ept /ɪˈnept/ adjective  BAD ATnot good at doing something opp capable, skilful inept leadership He was criticized for his inept handling of the problem.politically/socially inept Blake was intellectually able but politically inept.inaptineptly adverb
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ineptWhen it comes to girls, Isaac is socially inept and awkward.the inept management of the teampolitically/socially ineptShe found them selfish and demanding and socially inept.The shadow budget was also politically inept, although its positive features could have been defended much better than they were.
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