Lacking in spanish

Carente

pronunciation: kɑɹ̩ente part of speech: verb
In gestures

lack2 = estar ausente, faltar, carecer de, adolecer de falta de. 

Example: I think that we have established a communication which we have lacked in the past.

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» lack + confidence = carecer de confianza, faltar confienza, no tener confianza en Uno mismo.

Example: She lacks confidence, she craves admiration insatiably -- she lives on the reflections of herself in the eyes of others.

lacking = imperfecto. 

Example: It is hardly fair to assess the BM code by modern standards for catalogue codes, but there are obvious areas in which it would now be regarded as lacking.

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» be lacking = carecer.

Example: One user might have extensive subject expertise when approaching, for example, a tool covering the literature of biology, another user might be lacking such subject expertise.

» be lacking = faltar.

Example: The blame was not theirs that they were so lacking in gumption.

» lacking in = falto de.

Example: In Britain, this meant the dislocation and scattering of what were close-knit communities either to sprawling suburban council estates, often grossly lacking in amenities, or to blocks of high-rise flats.
Lacking synonyms:
deficient in spanish: deficiente, pronunciation: dɪfɪʃənt part of speech: adjective missing in spanish: desaparecido, pronunciation: mɪsɪŋ part of speech: adjective nonexistent in spanish: inexistente, pronunciation: nɑnəgzɪstənt part of speech: adjective wanting in spanish: falto, pronunciation: wɑntɪŋ part of speech: verb
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