Translation of unbranded in Spanish:

unbranded

Pronunciation: /ʌnˈbrændəd; ʌnˈbrændɪd/

adj

  • 1 [product] sin marca
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    • Critics will argue that this image is false and that unbranded products are just as good.
    • A lot of people think you can reach this community by delivering a dumbed-down, unbranded product.
    • The general public may still insist, on, say, Kellogg's Corn Flakes, but they'll happily eat the unbranded products when they're in a hotel.
  • 2 [livestock] sin marcar
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    • Update: apparently the wine-industry meaning has taken over entirely from the unbranded cattle and first-time criminals, at least among some Australians.

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