Definition of unsecure in English:

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unsecure

Pronunciation: /ˌənsəˈkyo͝o(ə)r/

adjective

1(Especially of a computer system) not protected against attack or other criminal activity: an unsecure WiFi network
More example sentences
  • Networks can be unsecure, laptops are easily stolen, personal data can be exposed by accident.
  • Due to the openness and unsecure nature of the Net, users often have to rely on firewalls to protect their connections.
  • The more unsecure the average computer on the Internet is, the more unsecure your computer is.
2(Of a loan) unsecured: it’s easy to outspend your means, with credit cards and unsecure loans readily available
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  • But sometimes, you have to sign an unsecure loan for the amount.
  • Construction and land development loans include both unsecure loans and loans secured by real estate.
  • So far the bank has made about E2 billion worth of unsecure loans to more than 80 borrowers.

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Syllabification: un·se·cure

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