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unpractical

(ʌnˈpræktɪkəl)
adj
another word for impractical
ˌunpractiˈcality, unˈpracticalness n
unˈpractically adv

im•prac•ti•cal

(ɪmˈpræk tɪ kəl)

adj.
1. not practical or useful.
2. incapable of dealing sensibly with practical matters.
3. idealistic.
4. impracticable.
[1860–65]
im•prac`ti•cal′i•ty, im•prac′ti•cal•ness, n.
Translations
غَيْر عَمَلي
nepraktický
upraktisk
nem gyakorlatias
sem hefur ekki verksvit
nepraktisks
nepraktický
eli işe yatkın olmayan

unpractical

[ˈʌnˈpræktɪkəl] ADJ [plan, scheme, idea] → poco práctico; [person] → falto de sentido práctico

unpractical

adjunpraktisch

unpractical

(anˈprӕktikəl) adjective
(of a person) not good at practical tasks. She's so unpractical that she can't even change an electric plug.
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The lack of neurophysiological channels is due to the unpractically high number that is required to identify sleep phases (specifically REM) and the associated difficulty on attaching them.
However, it's unpractically time consuming, because the passes have to be spaced 20 minutes apart.