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underpowered

A condition in which the engine does not produce enough power to achieve the desired results.
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Van Persie was clean through towards the end but his underpowered chip was saved comfortably by Marseille keeper Steve Mandanda.
And now the market has long since moved on and the mini looks seriously underpowered in 2018.
A typical yola is an unsafe vessel, generally underpowered with a single outboard motor, and overloaded with a large number of passengers and without life vests.
Rain saw the chase revised to 164 in 21 overs, with the tourists struggling over their T20-style target to an underpowered 137 for nine.
Some previous studies have suggested a modest benefit, but they were underpowered to draw meaningful conclusions.
EWAN McGregor's directorial debut is an overwrought and underpowered tale of a former high school star athlete whose perfect life is falling apart.
Maro Itoje and Chris Robshaw played left and right as opposed to more established blindside and openside roles once the underpowered Teimana Harrison had been hauled off after 31 minutes of a win that sealed a 3-0 series whitewash.
This may let us identify which titles were fundamentally underpowered, and which had coding problems that led to performance hits.
If the result feels a bit underpowered narrative-wise, with modest commercial prospects at best, it nevertheless touches a bittersweet chord that a more genre-oriented thriller approach might not have managed.
Yesterday, at the Northern Powerhouse conference in Manchester, he talked of the importance of improving our rail link with Leeds and of upgrading the A69 and A66, the important but seriously underpowered roads across the Pennines.