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Results for: poorly planned, undercooked, unintelligentTranslations: 1 - 30 of 143
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poorly planned, undercooked, unintelligenthalf-baked
(British Slang) stupid, dumb, unintelligent; clumsy, ungainly, ungracefulgaumless
(Slang) make a stupid mistake, make a mess of; waste time; act in a playful or foolish manner, (Slang) stupid person, fool; stupid mistake, blunder, botch, make mistake, unintelligent persongoof
(Slang) sedative, sleeping pill; stupid or silly person, drug pill, unintelligent persongoofball
(Slang) stupid person, unintelligent persondumbo
a clumsily unintelligent persondummkopf
according to, activated; turned on, arranged or planned, as means of functioning, at a time, attached to something, by means of, carrying something, charged to, directed toward, during, forth; ahead; while continuing, functioning//ON, in contact with s...on
achieved or performed together, arranged for orchestra or chamber ensemble, planned, devised; arranged by agreement; concentrated, intensiveconcerted
act a role poorly, act with too much restraint; underplay, play down effectivelyunderact
allocated, estimated, plannedbudgeted
An investment style that leads one to buy assets that have performed poorly and sell assets that have performed well. There are two possible reasons why this strategy might work. The first is a mean-reversion argument, that is, if the asset has deviate...Contrarian
angry and unpleasant toward others, badly, poorly, distressing, evil, harmful, harmful; inferior; serious, grave, acute, incorrect, injured or diseased, misbehaving and disobedient, more unpleasant than usual, not functioning properly, of poor quality,...bad
animal resembling a small horse, ass, domesticated animal related to the horse (commonly used as a beast of burden), unintelligent persondonkey
awkward; not graceful, ungainly; poorly made, moving awkwardly, said or done awkwardlyclumsy
bad painting, blotch, cover with plaster or mud; soil, dirty; paint in an unskillful manner, material which is spread on walls; act of daubing; painting which was poorly done, paint crudely, put something on blotchily, see also:wattle and daub, substan...daub
bad play, incorrect or illegal play (Sports), make bad move, mistake made in game, play poorly, make an illegal play (Sports)misplay
badly or incompletely adapted, maladjusted, poorly adjusted or adaptedmaladapted
beautiful but unintelligent and often promiscuous woman (Derogatory Slang)bimbo
blow or sound it makes, dull sound, fall or hit with a thump, make a dull thudding sound, make dull sound, thump; sound similar to a hard object hitting the ground, unintelligent personclunk
blunt end of pin, small thing, somebody very unintelligent, stupid person, silly person, fool (Slang)pinhead
boob, large tropical seabird, stupid person, unintelligent personbooby
bovine animal; male cow, bull; clumsy and unintelligent person (usually having a large build), bovine draft animal, cow or bull, somebody unintelligent and clumsyox
can be put in order; can be planned; can be settledarrangeable
carefully considered, computed; planned, deliberatecalculated
carefully plannedwell-thought-out
carnal, coarsely unintelligent, cruel, cruel; crude, sensual, bestial, wild; instinctive, unthinking, relating to beastsbrutish
cheap cloth made from recycled wool; clothing of inferior quality; phony item, something that is cheap, of poor quality; phony, imitative, fake, cloth made with old wool, dishonest, made from inferior material, poorly made, something inferiorshoddy
clumsy and stupid person, awkward person; inexperienced sailor, landlubber (Nautical), clumsy or unintelligent personlubber
committal, court order, institutionalizing somebody, loyalty, obligation, promise; act of committing, previously planned engagement, referral of bill for review, responsibilitycommitment
complex, detailed and thorough, complicated; carefully planned, worked out in great detail, finely or richly decorated, give more detail about something, make or become more complex, provide additional details; plan carefully and with great detail; pro...elaborate
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