An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (having little experience)
a. sin experiencia
An inexperienced doctor prescribed the wrong dosage.Un médico sin experiencia recetó una dosis equivocada.
b. inexperto
To the inexperienced ear, it just sounds like a series of whistling noises.Para el oído inexperto, suena simplemente como una serie de silbidos.
c. novato
You can't hope to win the championship with a bunch of inexperienced players.No se puede esperar ganar el campeonato con un grupo de jugadores novatos.
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The fact that some of these candidates are inexperienced in politics actually makes them more attractive to many voters.El hecho de no tener experiencia en política hace que estos candidatos resulten más atractivos para algunos votantes.
Trent is very inexperienced at dealing with children of this age.Trent no tiene mucha experiencia en tratar con niños de esta edad.
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
1. (general)
a. inexperto(a)
to the inexperienced eye/earpara el ojo/oído inexperto
he's inexperienced in handling staffno tiene experiencia en cuestiones de personal
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inexperienced [ˌɪnɪksˈpɪərɪənst]
[+player, team] inexperto; [+staff] sin experiencia; [+pilot, driver] sin experiencia; inexperto
to be inexperienced in or at sth/doing sth no tener experiencia en algo/hacer algo
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