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unmarked

Pronunciación: /ʌnˈmɑːrkt; ʌnˈmɑːkt/

Traducción de unmarked en español:

adjective/adjetivo

  • 1 1.1 (without identification) [banknotes] sin marcar; [grave] sin nombre unmarked car coche (masculine) particular ([ utilizado por la policía ]) coche (masculine) K or camuflado (Spain/España) 1.2 (without stains, marks) sin marcas a face unmarked by age una cara por la que no han pasado los años
    Example sentences
    • There was a big forensic mobile lab, there were about a dozen marked and unmarked police cars from the Sheriff's Department.
    • Sinn Fein is understood to have given assurances of fresh co-operation to identify their unmarked graves, allowing their families to lay them to rest.
    • Help is still needed to identify unmarked graves in Bonniconlon new cemetery.
  • 2 (British English/inglés británico) [Sport/Deporte] desmarcado
    Example sentences
    • From a corner, the ball fell to Jesper Hjorth unmarked at the far post.
    • The Juninho's superbly 40 yard ball found the unmarked Ziege on the left.
    • A poor kickout from Gillick fell to the feet of David Sheridan who spotted Maloney unmarked.
  • 3 (uncorrected) [papers/exams] sin corregir, sin calificar
  • 4 (unnoticed) [literary/literario] to go unmarked pasar desapercibido
    Example sentences
    • None of them had noticed him; his launch had gone unmarked.
    • If Chaucer's death went unmarked in the public world, his loss was deeply felt by the poets who followed after him.
    • Well, the first anniversary of this website went unmarked on November 12th.
  • 5 [Linguistics/Lingüística] [form] no marcado

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