ill-prepared

ill-prepared

adj
not having made all the necessary preparations for something
Translations

ill-prepared

[ˌɪlprɪˈpɛəd] ADJmal preparado
References in classic literature ?
Advancing, therefore, without much order, they had just crossed the brook with a part of their followers, when they were assailed in front, flank, and rear at once, with an impetuosity to which, in their confused and ill-prepared condition, it was impossible to offer effectual resistance.
He said the condition of Imran Khan was like an ill-prepared student, who becomes perturbed before examination.
Islamabad -- PPP leader Sherry Rehman said that Pakistan was ill-prepared to contest Kulbhushan Jadhav case in the International Court of Justice (ICJ).
Dementia is an illness growing among us at a terrifying rate, and our health service seems chronically ill-prepared to cope with it.
Although 50% of 18 to 34-year-olds reckon a bad winter is likely, as many as 88% of them are ill-prepared to deal with it.
More than 150,000 students a year arrive in this country to study at university, often ill-prepared for what lies ahead.
IF John Toshack thought press conferences were tough in Wales, he was ill-prepared for one of his first as Macedonia manager.
To change that [UAE being ill-prepared for disaster] Khalifa University has launched a master's degree programme in internal and civil security, the first of its kind in the country.
AN ill-prepared family from Tyneside, with a child as young as two, became stranded while walking in the Lake District, sparking a rescue operation.
Professor Denko Maleski says a good assessment should be made what could be gained and lost, while career diplomat Risto Nikovski says that an ill-prepared attempt at making a crucial turnabout by terminating meditation may bring about far-reaching consequences.
So is going out ill-prepared for the vagaries of Snowdonia weather.
But when Cuellar (above) spotted our reporter at the Villa training ground recently he caught her a little ill-prepared.