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in·co·her·ent

 (ĭn′kō-hîr′ənt)
adj.
1. Lacking cohesion, connection, or harmony; not coherent: incoherent fragments of a story.
2. Unable to think or express one's thoughts in a clear or orderly manner: incoherent with grief.

in′co·her′ent·ly adv.
in′co·her′ent·ness n.

incoherent

(ˌɪnkəʊˈhɪərənt)
adj
1. lacking in clarity or organization; disordered
2. unable to express oneself clearly; inarticulate
3. (General Physics) physics (of two or more waves) having the same frequency but not the same phase: incoherent light.
ˌincoˈherence, ˌincoˈherency, ˌincoˈherentness n
ˌincoˈherently adv

in•co•her•ent

(ˌɪn koʊˈhɪər ənt, -ˈhɛr-)

adj.
1. lacking logical connection: incoherent thoughts.
2. inarticulate: incoherent with rage.
3. loose; disjointed.
[1620–30]
in`co•her′ent•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.incoherent - without logical or meaningful connection; "a turgid incoherent presentation"
illogical, unlogical - lacking in correct logical relation
irrational - not consistent with or using reason; "irrational fears"; "irrational animals"
coherent, consistent, logical, ordered - marked by an orderly, logical, and aesthetically consistent relation of parts; "a coherent argument"
2.incoherent - (physics) of waves having no stable definite or stable phase relation
natural philosophy, physics - the science of matter and energy and their interactions; "his favorite subject was physics"
coherent - (physics) of waves having a constant phase relation
3.incoherent - unable to express yourself clearly or fluentlyincoherent - unable to express yourself clearly or fluently; "felt tongue-tied with embarrassment"; "incoherent with grief"
inarticulate, unarticulate - without or deprived of the use of speech or words; "inarticulate beasts"; "remained stupidly inarticulate and saying something noncommittal"; "inarticulate with rage"; "an inarticulate cry"

incoherent

Translations
مُتَفَكِّك، غير مُتَماسِك
bez sebe
usammenhængende
ruglinslegur, samhengislaus
be sąryšionerišliainerišlumaspadrikumas
nesakarīgs
abuk sabukne söylediği anlaşılmaz

incoherent

[ˌɪnkəʊˈhɪərənt] ADJ [person, words, letter] → incoherente; [argument] → falto de coherencia, incoherente; [conversation] → sin sentido, incoherente
to become incoherentvolverse incoherente
he was incoherent with rageestaba tan furioso que casi no podía hablar, balbuceaba de rabia

incoherent

[ˌɪnkəʊˈhɪərənt] adj
[person] → incohérent(e)
[policy, organization] → incohérent(e)

incoherent

adj style, argument, speechzusammenhanglos, unzusammenhängend, inkohärent (geh); personsich unklar or undeutlich ausdrückend; drunk etcschwer verständlich; he was incoherent with rageseine wütenden Worte waren kaum zu verstehen; the patient is still incoherentder Kranke ist noch nicht ansprechbar; an incoherent set of objectivesin sich widersprüchliche Ziele pl

incoherent

[ˌɪnkəʊˈhɪərnt] adj (person) → incoerente
he was incoherent with rage → non connetteva per la rabbia

incoherent

(inkouˈhiərənt) adjective
talking, writing etc in a way which is not easy to follow. He was quite incoherent with rage.
ˌincoˈherently adverb
ˌincoˈherence noun

in·co·her·ent

a. incoherente, que no coordina las ideas.

incoherent

adj incoherente
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