inefficiency inefficiency  /ɪ nɪ ˈfɪ ʃən si/


  • (n) unskillfulness resulting from a lack of efficiency


  1. Government inefficiency, corruption and the intransigence of local populations has left the city knee-deep in trash.
  2. For all its glitz, Bombay remains a temple to inefficiency.
  3. The problem is that you have to deal with the government inefficiency penalty.


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    Think you're done evolving? You might want to think again. While homo sapiens has come a long way since the Stone Age, and modern medicine is ever-rapidly developing, new biological and psychological ailments enter our vocabularies all the time — many of them incurable. Not to mention, robots have taken over many formerly human occupations because of our inefficiency. Who's to say there's no ...
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  1. Even in good economic times, contracting reform would be overdue in Washington, Obama said, but with the recession, "It's time for this waste and inefficiency to end. It's time for a government that only invests in what works."
    on Mar 4, 2009 By: Barack Obama Source: Boston Globe

  2. Shadow children's secretary Michael Gove said: "The Sutherland report is an epic catalogue of incompetence, inefficiency and blinkered inactivity in the delivery of a vital public service. It paints an unremittingly depressing picture of the...
    on Dec 16, 2008 By: Michael Gove Source: Yorkshire Post

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