maladroit

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French maladroit, from mal- (bad, badly) + adroit (skilful)

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maladroit (comparative more maladroit, superlative most maladroit)

  1. inept; clumsy; awkward; not adroit

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maladroit (plural maladroits)

  1. Somebody who is inept, or lacking in skill, or talent.

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

mal- +‎ adroit

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maladroit m (feminine maladroite, masculine plural maladroits, feminine plural maladroites)

  1. awkward; clumsy; maladroit

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