They are together become unprofitable (ama hcrewqhsan). First aorist passive indicative of acreow. Late word in Polybius and Cilician inscription of first century A.D. Some MSS. read hcreiwqhsan from acreio, useless (a privative and creio, useful) as in Luke 17:10 ; Matthew 25:30 , but Westcott and Hort print as above from the rarer spelling acreo. Only here in N.T. The Hebrew word means to go bad, become sour like milk (Lightfoot). No, not so much as one (ouk estin ew eno). "There is not up to one."