- n.缺乏经验，不成熟; 缺乏知识;
His mistake was due to youth and inexperience.
Critics attacked the youth and inexperience of his staff.
We laughed at her inexperience in the kitchen; she couldn't boil water.
He charged off the mistake to inexperience.
He failed because of inexperience.
There are signs of youth and inexperience in his wordage.
One should not plead inexperience in excuse of his mistake.
Yet its potential is largely vitiated by Brown's carelessness and inexperience.
You can't give this task to that young man, he is a man of inexperience.
She charged off the mistake to inexperience.
The glamour of inexperience is over your eyes.
The scoundrel played upon our inexperience to gain his own end.
They made up for their inexperience by careful preparation for each lesson.
You must take account of her inexperience.
Poor boy, he thought his honour required him not to take advantage of my inexperience.
When he once teased her for her inexperience, she retaliated.
They thought the young man would fail through inexperience, but he contrived to put it across.
They asked too much of him and made no allowance for his inexperience.
You must not count his inexperience against him.
Given their inexperience, they've done a good job.
Charged the accident to the driver's inexperience.
That nurse should not plead inexperience in excuse of her mistake.
Symbolises: spring, renewal, fertility, jealousy, inexperience, health, growth ( vegetation ) and wealth ( money ).
象征: 春天, 重建, 生育 、 嫉妒 、 懂事, 健康成长 ( 植被 ) 和财富 ( 钱 ).
The young politician's inexperience is making him the dupe of some unscrupulous schemers.
Considering your age and your inexperience, you're pretty well.
The tragedy was charged to her inexperience.
As a concession to her inexperience they allowed her to have some help.
Despite his inexperience, he is a talented fighter.
Her acting in the play was remarkable , taking into account her youth and inexperience.
1. lack of experience and the knowledge and understanding derived from experience