Definition of inexpertly in English:

inexpertly

Translate inexpertly into Spanish

Pronunciation /ˈˌinˈekspərtlē/ /ˈˌɪnˈɛkspərtli/ /ənˈekspərtlē/ /ənˈɛkspərtli/

adverb

See inexpert

  • ‘Fly by Night is moderately well written but poorly acted and inexpertly directed.’
  • ‘Every line is beautifully judged (even if a few are inexpertly mumbled) and the characters are drawn with a conviction that exceeds the usual limits of either genre.’
  • ‘Not much used to bicycles, she inexpertly began coasting downhill, keeping her speed down should she go for a toss.’
  • ‘I had half of my hair inexpertly and messily curled when Meg walked in.’
  • ‘They are inexpertly cast and rough finished, often it is impossible to stand them upright.’

Pronunciation

inexpertly

/ˈˌinˈekspərtlē/ /ˈˌɪnˈɛkspərtli/ /ənˈekspərtlē/ /ənˈɛkspərtli/