English translation of अक्षम
अक्षमPowered by COBUILD /akshama/
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/akshama, aksham, kshama, ksham, akshma, akshm, kshma, kshm/
1. challenge adjective
If you say that someone is challenged in a particular way, you mean that they have a disability in that area. Challenged is often used for humorous effect, but is only used after an adverb for this meaning.
⇒ She married an intellectually-challenged footballer.
2. disabled adjective, plural noun
Disabled people or the disabled have an illness, injury, or condition that restricts the way they can live their lives.
3. handicapped adjective
A handicapped person has a physical or mental disability. Many people find this term offensive. [old-fashioned]
⇒ Alex was mentally handicapped.
4. incapable adjective
Someone who is incapable of doing something is unable to do it.
⇒ He was a man incapable of violence.
5. incompetent adjective
If you describe someone as incompetent, you are criticizing them because they cannot do their job or a task properly.
6. inefficient adjective
A person, organization, system, or machine that is inefficient does not work in the most economical way.
⇒ ...the closure of inefficient factories.
7. unable adjective
If you are unable to do something, it is impossible for you to do it.
⇒ I was unable to accept the invitation.
8. unfit adjective
If someone or something is unfit for a particular purpose, they are not suitable or not of a good enough quality.
⇒ The doctor said she was mentally unfit for work.
9. unfit adjective
If you are unfit, your body is not in good condition because you have not been taking regular exercise.
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Translation of अक्षम from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary