Definition of undetermined in English:

undetermined

Line breaks: un|deter¦mined
Pronunciation: /ʌndɪˈtəːmɪnd
 
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adjective

1Not authoritatively decided or settled: the acquisition will result in an as yet undetermined number of lay-offs
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  • The cutbacks will result in an undetermined number of lay-offs.
  • All other members must stick to the old rule of asking questions about undetermined legislation.
  • After an extensive discussion with the private investigator, I have decided to grant him control of the site for an undetermined period of time.
1.1Not known: the bus was travelling with an undetermined number of passengers when it crashed
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  • It is well known that such undetermined deaths of young people beg disturbing questions.
  • She finally admitted that she had been experiencing mysterious health problems, though the cause was still undetermined.
  • She lashed out at the children, aged 10 and 7, after their parents died of an undetermined illness, possibly AIDS, according to the Tribune.

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