uncompetitive

adjective un·com·pet·i·tive \ ˌən-kəm-ˈpe-tə-tiv \
Updated on: 13 Dec 2017

Definition of uncompetitive

: not competitive : unable to compete

uncompetitiveness

noun

Examples of uncompetitive in a Sentence

  1. As long as the school system keeps offering uncompetitive wages, people looking for jobs will apply elsewhere.

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First Known Use of uncompetitive

1885


UNCOMPETITIVE Defined for English Language Learners

uncompetitive

adjective

Definition of uncompetitive for English Language Learners

  • : not good enough to compete successfully with others : not competitive


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