English translation of 'ineficaz'
1. (remédio, medida) ineffective
2. (empregado, máquina) inefficient
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'ineficaz' in Other Languages
British English: ineffective ADJECTIVE
If you say that something is ineffective, you mean that it has no effect on a process or situation.
Economic reform will continue to be painful and ineffective.
British English: ineffectual ADJECTIVE
If someone or something is ineffectual, they fail to do what they are expected to do or are trying to do.
The mayor had become ineffectual in the struggle to clamp down on street crime.
Translation of ineficaz from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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