Definition of unsecure in English:

unsecure

Syllabification: un·se·cure
Pronunciation: /ˌənsəˈkyo͝o(ə)r
 
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adjective

1(Especially of a computer system) not protected against attack or other criminal activity: an unsecure WiFi network
More example sentences
  • He quickly locked them back, but a computer malfunction left one door unsecure.
  • In other areas, it will require new locks and key pass entries to unsecure offices.
  • Every unsecure network I have ever seen was run in a loose, slipshod way.
2(Of a loan) unsecured: it’s easy to outspend your means, with credit cards and unsecure loans readily available
More example sentences
  • The investment company have introduced an unsecure loan facility arranged in conjunction with a national bank.
  • If you have disposable income after these debts are paid, you must show in the plan how you will pay down unsecure debts.
  • So far the bank has made about E2 billion worth of unsecure loans to more than 80 borrowers.

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