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unbeknown Saltos de línea: un|be¦known
Pronunciación: /ʌnbɪˈnəʊn/
(also unbeknownstʌnbɪˈnəʊnst)

Definición de unbeknown en inglés:

adjetivo

(unbeknown to)
Without the knowledge of (someone): unbeknown to me, she made some enquiries
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • He further relies upon the fact that, unbeknown to him, his informant status had become public knowledge.
  • The informer said that, unbeknown to retailers, it could be as long as 20 days from slaughter to final use-by date for a raw chicken breast.
  • There was a reason for this: unbeknown to the Reserve Bank, the major banks were working secretly and cooperatively to develop an alternative payment system that would substitute for direct debits.

Origen

Mid 17th century: from un-1 'not' + archaic beknown 'known'.

Palabras que riman con unbeknown

alone, atone, Beaune, bemoan, blown, bone, Capone, clone, Cohn, Cologne, condone, cone, co-own, crone, drone, enthrone, flown, foreknown, foreshown, groan, grown, half-tone, home-grown, hone, Joan, known, leone, loan, lone, mephedrone, moan, Mon, mown, ochone, outflown, outgrown, own, phone, pone, prone, Rhône, roan, rone, sewn, shown, Simone, Sloane, Soane, sone, sown, stone, strown, throne, thrown, tone, trombone, Tyrone, undersown, windblown, zone

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