Definition of uncertified in English:

uncertified

Line breaks: un|cer¦ti¦fied
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈsəːtɪfʌɪd
 
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adjective

1Not officially recognized as having a certain status or meeting certain standards: uncertified accountants
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  • The Baker ruling apparently supports Salvadore's cause, as courts now recognize that Canadian-born children of uncertified immigrants have an interest in their parents' situation.
  • ‘Clearly the uncertified software is illegal,’ Sadler said Thursday.
  • Under EU and Irish law, it is illegal to market uncertified seed.
1.1Not attested or confirmed in a formal statement.
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  • These as yet uncertified figures, Ferrari Enzo territory, are far from the whole point.
  • Apparently, certified false info is better than uncertified correct info.
  • Although still uncertified, the numbers announced today show a decisive victory for Iraq's Shiite population.

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