total | fundamental | glaring, obvious | personal | sexual, social | theoretical
VERB + INADEQUACY
demonstrate, expose, highlight, point out/to, reveal, show (up)
She rightly points to the inadequacy of the argument. The test soon revealed several inadequacies in the equipment.
| realize, recognize, see
I now see the inadequacy of the explanation.
| admit to
His advice was to be defensive and never admit to any inadequacy.
| cover up, disguise, hide
They possibly falsified the results to cover up the inadequacies of their theory.
Clear legislative reform is needed to overcome the inadequacies of the current situation.
INADEQUACY + VERB
arise from sth, stem from sth
inadequacies in educational facilities
a feeling/sense of inadequacy
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