Definition of unbelted in English:


Line breaks: un|belt¦ed
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈbɛltɪd


1(Of a garment) without a belt.
More example sentences
  • He was wearing white and blue silk robes, which were unbelted.
  • His shirt was untucked and unbelted, and hung open at the chest.
  • It was only now that Maple realized Doriel could probably see right up her unbelted shift.
2Not wearing a belt, in particular a vehicle seat belt.
More example sentences
  • Among adult drivers who were belted, 22% of the children in the same vehicle were unbelted.
  • These results from a US cohort of more than 150 000 car occupants during collisions are consistent with the hypothesis that unbelted car occupants become projectiles within a vehicle on collision.
  • The relative risk of death for drivers who were belted, compared with unbelted drivers, was 0.35.

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