Definition of unfilled in English:

unfilled

Line breaks: un|filled
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈfɪld
 
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adjective

Not filled: there are a number of unfilled posts in this area of nursing
More example sentences
  • The hospital had to close its emergency intake wards at night because it had only five doctors doing the work of 14, as vacant posts lie unfilled.
  • Social work in South Yorkshire is in crisis as increasing numbers of vital posts for carers remain unfilled in a situation getting steadily worse.
  • As many as one in four radiographer posts go unfilled in some parts of the country, though the Department of Health has no figure for the overall number of vacancies.

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