unescorted


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unescorted

(ˌʌnɪsˈkɔːtɪd)
adj
not accompanied by an escort
Translations

unescorted

[ˌʌnɪsˈkɔːtɪd] ADJ
1. (Mil, Naut) → sin escolta
2. (= unaccompanied by a partner) → sin compañía, sin compañero/a

unescorted

[ˌʌnɪˈskɔːrtɪd] adjnon accompagné(e)
References in classic literature ?
The wagons that had reached the hussars had been consigned to an infantry regiment, but learning from Lavrushka that the transport was unescorted, Denisov with his hussars had seized it by force.
But, after being granted short periods of unescorted community leave, he returned to the family home and stabbed his wife to death in front of their two sons, before stabbing himself.
The bill would also require that each person who has unescorted access to a nuclear facility or radioactive material be fingerprinted and undergo a criminal background check.
But she was noticeably solo, unescorted by beau Tom Cruise, said to be in New Zealand ``working'' on a film.
Civic and community leaders in the area urged parents to exercise extra vigilance in relation to where children played in built-up areas and not allow them to go unescorted on country walks.
Especially worrying is the revelation that Belgian authorities detained a group of mainland (Chinese) illegal immigrants fitting the victims' descriptions two months ago, ordered them to leave, but then placed them unescorted on a train.
Exceeding the scope of the consent by walking unescorted away from the area into which one has been invited or by looking into drawers or other places that a delivery man would not will result in an unreasonable search that violates the fourth amendment.
Under the Maritime Transportation Security Act (MTSA) of 2002, all individuals requesting unescorted access to enter a secure area must present a transportation security card - now called TWIC card - which includes an individual's identity, biometric or human characteristic, and status.
The 48-year-old, who carried out the brutal killing at the age of 15, failed to return from an hour's unescorted leave.
Successful bidder shall provide twenty-four (24) hour daily access to the storage area for WCSO personnel, unescorted.
He was coming to the end of six weeks of unescorted ground leave, when patients are allowed to leave the hospital during the day, when he went missing.
If the Luftwaffe had made it a battle of fighters only, leaving the bombers to take their chance unescorted, the result might have been different.