The quality, condition, or fact of being inefficient.(noun)
An inefficient act, design, or procedure: pointed out certain inefficiencies in the shipping operation. (noun)
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Use "inefficiency" in a sentence
"She obliged, and for the rest of her term inefficiency and confusion prevailed."
"This is, of course, only my opinion, that IP _is_ a market inefficiency is a clearly a fact."
"Their inefficiency is a result of their protection."