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uncollected

Syllabification: un·col·lect·ed
Pronunciation: /ˌənkəˈlektəd
 
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Definition of uncollected in English:

adjective

Not collected or claimed: the reward remained uncollected
More example sentences
  • It was losing money largely because it had to ferry in extra staff to try to bring down the backlogs of unprocessed benefits claims and uncollected council tax.
  • The filing says the Sands Macau is not issuing credit to gamblers despite Macau's new gaming credit law because the company cannot take a tax deduction for uncollected gaming debts.
  • And although agreeing that a debt and its proceeds were different assets, the court declined to consider each in isolation: the nature of the charge on the uncollected debts depended on the freedom the chargor had to deal with the proceeds.

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