Definitions for inchoateɪnˈkoʊ ɪt, -eɪt; esp. Brit. ˈɪn koʊˌeɪt
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in•cho•ateɪnˈkoʊ ɪt, -eɪt; esp. Brit. ˈɪn koʊˌeɪt(adj.)
not yet completed or fully developed.
just begun; incipient.
Origin of inchoate:
1525–35; < L inchoātus, var. of incohātus, ptp. of incohāre to begin, start work on
only partly in existence; imperfectly formed
"incipient civil disorder"; "an incipient tumor"; "a vague inchoate idea"
A beginning, an immature start.
To begin or start something.
To cause or bring about.
To make a start.
Recently started but not fully formed yet; just begun; only elementary or immature.
Chaotic, disordered, confused; also, incoherent, rambling.
Origin: From incohatus, perfect passive participle of incoho.
recently, or just, begun; beginning; partially but not fully in existence or operation; existing in its elements; incomplete
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