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inefficient

noun; analogy
a science and engineering major The person who made up inefficients was probably either trying to copy the person who made up suits and tried to point out science and engineers worst nightmare. It is also funny that from the parsing you could say an inefficient is somewhoe who desn't make out very well.
 
We have been having some battles between the economics and the science and engineering majors on the fourth floor. In the battle they even came up with pejorations for each other's major. The economics majors call the science and engineering majors inef
Etymology : inefficient = Latin in 'not' + Latin efficient 'from present participle: that which is making out well'
Source : Will Miller
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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