Definition of unstaffed in English:

unstaffed

Line breaks: un|staffed
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈstɑːft
 
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adjective

Not provided with staff.
More example sentences
  • As a number of facilities are unstaffed self-service units, it's not clear who would stamp the card.
  • Consequently, many unscrupulous people take advantage of unstaffed stations and inadequate ticket inspection to avoid paying fares.
  • Screeners nearby said the lane was unstaffed for five to 10 minutes, and more passengers may have gotten through.

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