underpowered


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underpowered

(ˌʌndəˈpaʊəd)
adj
lacking or low in power: two-litre cars are underpowered.
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Politics and political cynicism also play a big part in ``The Matchmaker'' (1997, Polygram; priced for rental), an underpowered comedy held together by star Janeane Garofalo.
The software we've been using is just way too underpowered for our current needs, never mind our future requirements.
The whole performance seemed underpowered, while the many (and often witty) harmonic surprises were glossed over.
To track down those infractions the NCAA relies on a squad of investigators that critics say is underpowered.
Berlin said management was most acutely conscious of the 1999 holiday season debacle during which many underpowered Web stores took in a lot of money, but lost customers and seriously tarnished the image of online shopping.
Before the interval their superb and very individual sound was at the same time small, restrained, underpowered - especially the second violin.
People will not buy computers that are underpowered.
Other problems can also be underpowered servers, hardware, Web server software or application software that can make things much slower.
The Aliens themselves, one of cinema's most threatening monsters, also feel sadly underpowered.
The trial was therefore underpowered to detect significant differences in mortality.
Enables the use of a Fibre Channel switch instead of hubs or underpowered SCSI bus devices.
Network performance can be affected by an underpowered network or a bottlenecked or mis-configured Primary DNS system.