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When we use incomplete, we're focusing on the condition something is in at that moment and stating that it's missing something.
When we use uncompleted, we're focusing more on the fact that work still needs to be done on or to something in order to finish it. We're not thinking so much about the fact that something is missing (as we are with incomplete), but on the fact that this is still a work in progress.
Incomplete and uncompleted simply means not completed according to the advance learner dictionary but both are slightly different.
Incomplete simply means something that needs its part that has been taken away.for example a house that needs renovation is incomplete not uncomplete because it was first complete but due to time or weather it lost something or its part that needs to be put to make it complete again.
While uncomplete simply means something that was never completed.for example a house under construction(not renovation) and its not yet finished is said to be uncompleted because it was never complete.This message has been edited. Last edited by: Rachel, Moderator,