Traducción de ineffectual en Español:


inútil, adj.

Pronunciación /ˌɪnəˈfɛk(t)ʃ(u)əl//ɪnɪˈfɛktʃʊəl/


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    (person) inútil
    (person) incapaz
    (action/response) inútil
    • Those divisions contribute to the perception that they are ineffectual.
    • How our poor, ineffectual Mayor must envy his opposite number in Paris!
    • The UF and Green candidates seemed quite ineffectual, especially compared to the people they stood last time.
    • We have been spared three years' ineffectual management.
    • Only problem is, he is ineffectual and naive as a new member of the corruptible capitalist system.
    • Saying that you don't like the choices available is weak and ineffectual.
    • Speaking of ineffectual parents, we get them in the shop all the time.
    • Or if I do, it's so ludicrously truncated and ineffectual as to be useless.
    • He seems to me in the line of Jane Austen's failed fathers, less ineffectual than Emma's, less priggish than Anne's.
    • He is around forty, sandy haired, ineffectual and weak chinned.
    • In point of fact, he was remarkably ineffectual at anything but promoting a sort of genteel cronyism.
    • The Executive's advertising campaigns contrive to be both insulting and ineffectual.
    • The woman could not be less interested but the blackboard she gets for her dowry comes in handy as a rather ineffectual shelter against chemical weapons.
    • His mother, a pale, ineffectual, religious woman, dies young, leaving Archie to the care of a father he dreads and dislikes.
    • Banning things is usually a pretty ineffectual way of stopping people from doing what they want.
    • The world's leaders may have failed, the UN may have failed and the final action plan and political declaration may be ineffectual.
    • He has shown how false and useless and ineffectual the law truly is.
    • Yet as an immigrant and woman of color, she is ineffectual in America.
    • The guy's a plonker and made a totally ineffectual campaign leader.
    • Other times, I feel completely ineffectual, and people progress immeasurably.
    • No matter what cause those who hijacked these flights were fighting for, their tactics are unacceptable and ineffectual.
    • Luftwaffe tactical support for ground operations during the rest of the campaign remained spotty and ineffectual.
    • The entire civil society response has been ineffectual.
    • She balled her fists and struck out at him, her efforts feeble and ineffectual.
    • Interestingly the legislation that was passed to control illegal radio stations was remarkably ineffectual.
    • These difficulties would be ignored if he appeared a huge impediment, but he is ineffectual rather than terrible.
    • If it is about security, it's totally ineffectual anyway.
    • He has been ineffectual in parliament and widely ridiculed for his persona as the ‘quiet man’ of politics.
    • This has the effect of fooling us into believing that this power is ineffectual.
    • When he says ineffectual, he just can't say no to people.
    • He was my hero when he was Tom, but now he was Jerry he seemed weak and ineffectual.
    • Anyone know of the seemingly ineffectual changes to the way films are nominated for the documentary Oscar?
    • He is ineffectual in his dual post anyway, but he still can rant and rave over it.
    • The regulation of our national financial affairs has been as ineffectual as the regulation of political behaviour.
    • But in situations like this, ineffectual gestures are usually worse than no gestures at all.
    • Your government is proving itself to be ineffectual when it comes to looking after its own people.
    • Our ineffectual government should have done something about this appalling situation by now.
    • It is hard to see what more could be done other than a punitive and probably ineffectual bombing campaign.