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in·ex·pe·ri·ence

 (ĭn′ĭk-spîr′ē-əns)
n.
1. Lack of experience.
2. Lack of the knowledge gained from experience.

in′ex·pe′ri·enced adj.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.inexperienced - lacking practical experience or training
unskilled - not having or showing or requiring special skill or proficiency; "unskilled in the art of rhetoric"; "an enthusiastic but unskillful mountain climber"; "unskilled labor"; "workers in unskilled occupations are finding fewer and fewer job opportunities"; "unskilled workmanship"
naif, naive - marked by or showing unaffected simplicity and lack of guile or worldly experience; "a teenager's naive ignorance of life"; "the naive assumption that things can only get better"; "this naive simple creature with wide friendly eyes so eager to believe appearances"
experienced, experient - having experience; having knowledge or skill from observation or participation

inexperienced

inexperienced

adjective
Lacking experience and the knowledge gained from it:
Translations
قَليل أو عَديم الخِبْرَهقَلِيلُ الـخِبْرَةُ
nezkušený
uerfaren
kokematon
neiskusan
reynslulaus
経験のない
미숙한
neizkušen
oerfaren
ไม่มีประสบการณ์
deneyimsiztecrübesiz
thiếu kinh nghiệm

inexperienced

[ˌɪnɪksˈpɪərɪənst] ADJ [player, team] → inexperto; [staff] → sin experiencia; [pilot, driver] → sin experiencia, inexperto
to be inexperienced in or at sth/doing sthno tener experiencia en algo/hacer algo

inexperienced

[ˌɪnɪkˈspɪəriənst] adjinexpérimenté(e)
to be inexperienced in sth → manquer d'expérience dans qch

inexperienced

adjunerfahren; woodworker, skier etcungeübt, nicht so versiert; to be inexperienced in doing somethingwenig Erfahrung darin haben, etw zu tun

inexperienced

[ˌɪnɪksˈpɪərɪənst] adjinesperto/a
to be inexperienced in sth → essere poco pratico/a di qc

inexperience

(inikˈspiəriəns) noun
lack of experience or skilled knowledge. He seems good at the job in spite of his youth and inexperience.
ˌinexˈperienced adjective
lacking knowledge, skill and experience. Inexperienced climbers should not attempt this route.

inexperienced

قَلِيلُ الـخِبْرَةُ nezkušený uerfaren unerfahren άπειρος inexperto kokematon inexpérimenté neiskusan inesperto 経験のない 미숙한 onervaren uerfaren niedoświadczony inexperiente неопытный oerfaren ไม่มีประสบการณ์ deneyimsiz thiếu kinh nghiệm 缺乏经验的
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