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incompetent

 [in-kom´pĕ-tent]
1. not able to function properly.
2. a person who is unable to perform the required functions of everyday living.
3. a person determined by the courts to be unable to manage his own affairs.

incompetent

/in·com·pe·tent/ (-kom´pit-int)
1. unable to function properly.
2. a person who is unable to perform the required functions of daily living.
3. a person determined by the courts to be unable to manage their own affairs.

incompetent

incompetent

adjective 
1. Referring to an inability to perform a task or function.
2. Referring to a valve or other structure that is incapable of closing properly.

incompetent

1. not able to function properly, e.g. incompetent cervix.
2. a veterinarian determined by the courts to be less competent than the community should reasonably expect.