Definición de unfunded en inglés:

unfunded

Saltos de línea: un|fund¦ed
Pronunciación: /ʌnˈfʌndɪd
 
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  • 1Not funded, in particular:
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    • Firstly, can you believe that is completely unfunded?
  • 1.1Not receiving public funds: a new education bill remained unfunded
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    • It's an unfunded mandate: the federal government is forcing the states to spend their own money to comply with the act.
    • But the economic reality is these are unfunded mandates, and education regulators and school districts will have to find the money to pay for them.
    • On August 22, Connecticut filed a lawsuit against the US claiming that Bush's education law is essentially an unfunded mandate from the federal government.
  • 1.2(Of a debt) repayable on demand rather than having been converted into a more or less permanent debt at fixed interest: the unfunded debt
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    • What we are talking about is replacing an unfunded debt with funded debt.
    • The present value of Social Security's unfunded liabilities is in the trillions of dollars.
    • Due diligence is the order of the day to assess if such liabilities are unfunded, or under-funded.
  • 1.3Denoting or relating to a pension scheme without a pension fund, the current beneficiaries being paid by a former employer from revenue or contributions by present employees.
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    • Although the airline industry's hefty $32 billion in unfunded pensions has captured headlines in recent months, the problem extends much further.
    • To be sure, few European companies are as burdened by unfunded pension liabilities as some U.S. companies, particularly in old-line industries.
    • All of that is trivial, compared to the yawning black hole of unfunded pension liabilities.

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al español
Palabra del día skosh
Pronunciación: skəʊʃ
noun
a small amount; a little