English edit

Etymology edit

From in- +‎ expert.

Adjective edit

inexpert (comparative more inexpert, superlative most inexpert)

  1. Inept or unskilled; not of expert ability or quality.
    Synonyms: amateurish, clumsy, bungling, maladroit
    Antonyms: adept, proficient, professional, skillful
    My inexpert attempts at repairing the hole with duct tape only made the problem worse.

Translations edit

Noun edit

inexpert (plural inexperts)

  1. An inept or unskilled person.