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un·manned

 (ŭn-mănd′)
adj.
1. Not crewed: an unmanned spacecraft.
2. Obsolete Not trained. Used of a hawk.

unmanned

(ʌnˈmænd)
adj
1. lacking personnel or crew: an unmanned ship.
2. (Aeronautics) (of aircraft, spacecraft, etc) operated by automatic or remote control
3. (Astronautics) (of aircraft, spacecraft, etc) operated by automatic or remote control
4. uninhabited
5. (Falconry) falconry (of a hawk or falcon) not yet trained to accept humans

un•manned

(ʌnˈmænd)

adj.
1. without the physical presence of people in control: an unmanned spacecraft.
2. (of a captured hawk) untrained for hunting with a master; unmade.
[1535–45]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unmanned - lacking a crewunmanned - lacking a crew; "an unmanned satellite to Mars"
manned - having a crew; "a manned earth satellite was considered a necessary research step"
Translations
لا تَحْمِلُ إنسانا، بِغَيْر مُلاحين
bez posádky
ubemandet
pilóta nélküli
ómannaîur, mannlaus; sjálfstÿrîur
nepilotuojamas
automātiskās vadības-bez apkalpes
bez posádky
insansızmürettebatsız

unmanned

[ˈʌnˈmænd] ADJno tripulado

unmanned

[ʌnˈmænd] adj
[spacecraft, rocket] → inhabité(e)
[station] → sans personnel

unmanned

adj (= not requiring crew) lighthouse, aircraft, spacecraft, border post, level crossingunbemannt; vehiclefahrerlos; (= lacking crew) telephone exchangeunbesetzt, nicht besetzt

unmanned

[ˌʌnˈmænd] adj (spacecraft) → senza equipaggio

unmanned

(anˈmӕnd) adjective
(of eg an aircraft or spacecraft) automatically controlled and therefore without a crew. unmanned flights to Mars.
References in classic literature ?
This had received the brunt of our fire and seemed to be entirely unmanned, as not a moving figure was visible upon her decks.
Here's a man from Man; a man born in once independent Man, and now unmanned of Man; which is sucked in --by what?
The absence of furniture, the extreme meanness of the meal, and the haggard, bright-eyed, consumptive look of the culprit, unmanned our hero; but he clung to his stick, and was stout and warlike.
The boatswain, unmanned for the first time, respectfully dried his eyes on the Jack, and then cheering up and addressing Mr.
Half-drawn up upon the beach lay an equal number of Spanish galleons, unmanned, for the country was still a virgin land behind a veil.
and here he lamented outright; unmanned by a sense of his bitter injuries, and Earnshaw's ingratitude and dangerous condition.
I have had many a ducking in the course of my life, and in general cared little about it; but the accumulated horrors of that night, the deathlike coldness of the place, the appalling darkness and the dismal sense of our forlorn condition, almost unmanned me.
Alan and Torrance and Rankeillor slept and snored on their hard beds; but for me who had lain out under heaven and upon dirt and stones, so many days and nights, and often with an empty belly, and in fear of death, this good change in my case unmanned me more than any of the former evil ones; and I lay till dawn, looking at the fire on the roof and planning the future.
For the moment, Miss Rachel had completely unmanned him.
My nerves had hardly grown quiet after this affair when they got another shake-up--one which utterly unmanned me for a moment: a rumor swept suddenly through the camp that one of the barkeepers had fallen over a precipice!
By Heaven, Malvoisin, yonder girl hath wellnigh unmanned me.
This invitation, coming as it did from the City Council, the state officers, and all the substantial citizens of both races of the community where I had spent my boyhood, and from which I had gone a few years before, unknown, in poverty and ignorance, in quest of an education, not only surprised me, but almost unmanned me.