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unserviceable

(ʌnˈsɜːvɪsəbəl)
adj
not suitable to be used
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Adj.1.unserviceable - not ready for serviceunserviceable - not ready for service; "unserviceable equipment may be replaced"
nonfunctional - not having or performing a function
useless - having no beneficial use or incapable of functioning usefully; "a kitchen full of useless gadgets"; "she is useless in an emergency"
serviceable - ready for service or able to give long service; "serviceable equipment"; "heavy serviceable fabrics"
2.unserviceable - not capable of being used
useless - having no beneficial use or incapable of functioning usefully; "a kitchen full of useless gadgets"; "she is useless in an emergency"
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unserviceable

adjective
Incapable of being used or availed of to advantage:
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Translations

unserviceable

[ˈʌnˈsɜːvɪsəbl] ADJinservible, inútil
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005

unserviceable

adjunbrauchbar
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unserviceable

[ʌnˈsɜːvɪsəbl] adjinservibile
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The procedure of elimination thus can be carried out due to natural unserviceability, wear-out or damage caused by natural disasters.
examination of the helicopter (including C/ight control, fuel, engine control, dynamic systems and the engine itself) revealed no failure or unserviceability that could have resulted in a loss of rotor speed".