Definition of uncompensated in English:

uncompensated

Syllabification: un·com·pen·sat·ed
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈkämpənˌsātid
 
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adjective

1Not compensated or reimbursed: the plaintiff remained uncompensated for his original injuries workers who performed uncompensated “off-the-clock” work for Ernst in violation of the law
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  • Local Board Members are uncompensated volunteers who play an important community role closely connected with our Nation's defense.
  • But typically, P2P projects are ‘staffed’ with uncompensated people who have more passion for the idea than for any resulting profit.
  • Children are uncompensated casualties of the job market.
1.1(Of an action) not compensated for: uncompensated exploitation of the Third World
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  • Is compensation immediate, or is there a time window in which uncompensated movement is detected?
  • And all these efforts, valid as far as they go, leave us still groping for a basic conceptual approach that takes seriously the constitutional prohibition against uncompensated takings of private property.
  • Delaval Stork stated this flow should be uncompensated, representing the actual volume flow for compressor anti-surge control.

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