1to be unfitted for sth — no servir / no estar hecho para algo
- As things had worked out Stein had had the unusual experience of being a genuine supremo in his first managerial job and he was subsequently unfitted for any subordinate command.
- Burnside knew that he was unfitted to command an army, but was widely liked despite his failings.
- Thus, to train children to perform mental operations, or to practice tasks, for which they are unfitted, is a crime against nature.
- The lives of Nicholas and Alexandra were tragic because both had endearing qualities and both found themselves playing roles for which they were quite unfitted.
- They are wholly unfitted, by temperament and training, for the cut-throat, hard-nosed commercial environment in which they now find themselves.
- The serious failings of Univan led to a ship and a crew unfitted for the foreseeable eventualities of the voyage.
- But try to imagine a personality wholly unfitted for the rough and tumble of the world's labour-market.
- He sat down with his Bible to equip himself for a calling to which he felt unfitted by temperament, inclination, and physical health.
- He was sadly unfitted for hating his best friend or for torturing his wife.
- They declared him unfitted to receive that blessing, and urged that he be required to be educated into that capacity.
- It is to be remarked that a good many people are born curiously unfitted for the fate waiting them on this earth.
- It is painful to admit, but it is incontrovertibly true, that a large number of those now occupied in nursing are totally unfitted for the duties they are called upon to perform.