inadaptability in English
[in·a·dapt·a·bil·i·ty || 'ɪnədæptə'bɪlətɪ]
quality of being unadaptable or unadjustable
Use "inadaptability" in a sentence
1. By using the FCF during estimate the value of the TR Company the author evaluates the scientific and inadaptability of the FCF.
2. com), the article analyzes its inadaptability in China and explains the low effect of the corresponding financial and monetary policies.
3. The major reasons for these problems include inadaptability in mentality, deficiency in responsibility, interest-driven for behaviors, and sluggishness in methodology for Party member recruitment.
4. The author analyses the contradiction and conflict between this norm and the current General Rule on Loan, reveals its theoretical inadaptability and harmfulness in practice.