Definition of unplaced in English:

unplaced

Line breaks: un|placed
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈpleɪst
 
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adjective

1Not having or assigned to a specific place.
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  • Their applications for jobs that are currently unfilled will be removed so as to not match them twice and hence put other unplaced students at a disadvantage.
1.1chiefly Horse Racing Not one of the first three to finish in a race or competition.
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  • The four-year-old daughter of Devil's Bag finished unplaced in a turf allowance/optional claiming race on July 21 at Belmont Park in her lone start this year.
  • He came back to win his next race by five lengths at Belmont Park before finishing unplaced in the Riva Ridge Breeders' Cup and Dwyer Stakes, both won by Gygistar.
  • The six-year-old, a winner in the summer, returned to the fray at Wetherby recently and ran as though in need of the race when finishing unplaced to Brandy Wine.

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