Definition of unincorporated in English:

unincorporated

Line breaks: un|in¦cor¦por|ated
Pronunciation: /ʌnɪnˈkɔːpəreɪtɪd
 
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adjective

1(Of a company or other organization) not formed into a legal corporation: an unincorporated business
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  • It was particularly disappointing that Mr Brown did not choose to help unincorporated businesses by extending the tax breaks that companies enjoy.
  • But Downie nevertheless bemoans the lack of a ‘comprehensive big idea for small business growth’ and stressed that more effort is needed to develop policies which do not exclude unincorporated businesses.
  • The exclusion of unincorporated businesses from R&D support will have a damaging impact on the Scottish economy.
2Not included as part of a whole: the rise of an unincorporated politics of protest
2.1North American (Of territory) not designated as belonging to a particular country, town, or area: the atoll is an unincorporated territory of the USA
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  • There are 9,000 km of roads on unincorporated land in the Territory - 40 per cent of our local road network.
  • Unlike several other states, Pennsylvania has no provisions for unincorporated territory.
  • The area behind my building faces an industrial and unincorporated area of the town, and homeless folks have begun to move in across the way.

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