unreadiness


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Related to unreadiness: unpreparedness

un·read·y

 (ŭn-rĕd′ē)
adj. un·read·i·er, un·read·i·est
1. Not ready or prepared.
2. Slow to see or respond; not prompt.

un·read′i·ly adv.
un·read′i·ness n.
Translations

unreadiness

[ˈʌnˈredɪnɪs] Ndesprevención f

unreadiness

nUnvorbereitetheit f; (of troops)mangelnde Bereitschaft
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Rapidity is the essence of war: take advantage of the enemy's unreadiness, make your way by unexpected routes, and attack unguarded spots.
He would never know how sure a breeder was his new bull--the son of that fine creature he had imported; two cows he had spotted as not paying their board could go on for months eating good alfalfa and bran before a new herdsman might become convinced of their unreadiness to turn the expensive feed into white gold; he had not written down the dates when the sows were to farrow, and they might have litters somewhere around the strawstack and crush half the little pigs.
was the answer, dropped at intervals by each according to his degree of unreadiness.
This transforms the SK, from being just a miniature version of barangay politics, to a true learning environment where youthful inexperience, intemperance and overall unreadiness aren't toxic risk factors but starting points for the growth, development and the honing of new leaders.
Rapidity is the essence of war: take advantage of the enemy's unreadiness, make your way by unexpected routes, and attack unguarded spots.
By: Egypt Today staff CAIRO -- 3 June 2017: Telecom Egypt's unreadiness to launch the 4G mobile services is one of the reasons why the service has not yet been provided, a source at the telecom sector told Egypt Today.
193) An assessment of the political situation by the District Commissioner after the appeal confirmed 'there are no grounds for believing that Cooper, in his seditious talks among the natives of the Madang district, made any impression, lasting or otherwise', (194) and a group of 'native leaders' in Madang 'expressed an inability and unreadiness to even suggest a possible date for Territorial self-government' to the Leader of the Opposition, Arthur Calwell during a visit.
But I suspect that our unreadiness fundamentally lies in our shaky comprehension of the Constitution itself.
I've done the maths and this raises the possibility it wasn't just Suki's unreadiness that put paid to the relationship, it was Brad's readiness for someone else.
This active formulation allows Dasein to retrieve the regions or situations where the obstructiveness and unreadiness to hand of complexes from having-been are encountered from being in the world.
It suggests unreadiness to move to the borders between spaces, between that which may be defined as strange and the familiar.
Complexity was defined as "interference with standard care caused by symptom severity/impairment or diagnostic uncertainty, behavioral unreadiness, lack of social safety or participation, and disorganization of care or difficult clinician-patient relationships" (p.