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un·seen

 (ŭn-sēn′)
adj.
1. Not directly evident; invisible.
2. Not previously read or studied: an unseen translation.

unseen

(ʌnˈsiːn)
adj
1. not observed or perceived; invisible
2. (Education) (of passages of writing) not previously seen or prepared
n
(Education) chiefly Brit a passage, not previously seen, that is presented to students for translation

un•seen

(ʌnˈsin)

adj.
1. not seen; unperceived; unobserved; invisible.
2. read, interpreted, played, etc., without prior examination or rehearsal, as a text or musical score.
[1150–1200]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.unseen - a belief that there is a realm controlled by a divine spiritunseen - a belief that there is a realm controlled by a divine spirit
belief - any cognitive content held as true
Kingdom of God - the spiritual domain over which God is sovereign
Adj.1.unseen - not observedunseen - not observed        
undetected - not perceived or discerned; "they feared some undetected trace of poison"; "she looked around to be sure her faux pas was undetected"

unseen

adjective
1. unobserved, undetected, unperceived, lurking, unnoticed, unobtrusive I can now accept that there are unseen forces at work.
2. hidden, concealed, invisible, veiled, obscure playing computer games against unseen opponents
Translations

unseen

[ˈʌnˈsiːn]
A. ADJ (= hidden) → oculto; (= unknown) → desconocido; [translation] → hecho a primera vista
he managed to get through unseenlogró pasar inadvertido
B. N
1. (Scol) → traducción f (al idioma materno) hecha a primera vista
2. the unseenlo invisible, lo oculto

unseen

[ʌnˈsiːn] adj
(= not visible) [person, audience, orchestra] → qu'on ne peut pas voir; [influence, force] → invisible
to do sth unseen → faire qch sans être vu(e)
(= not seen before) [photos, film] → inédit(e)
(= unforeseen) [danger, difficulty] → imprévu(e)

unseen

adjungesehen; (= invisible)unsichtbar; (= unobserved) escapeunbemerkt; unseen by the publicder Öffentlichkeit nicht vorgestellt; unseen translation/examination paper (esp Brit Sch, Univ) → unvorbereitete Übersetzung/Prüfung
n (esp Brit) → unvorbereitete Herübersetzung

unseen

[ʌnˈsiːn]
1. adj (person) → inosservato/a; (danger) → nascosto/a (Scol) (translation) → all'impronta
2. n (Scol) → traduzione f all'impronta
References in classic literature ?
He tried not to pay any attention to a strange rustling sound that he heard, as of an unseen multitude drawing near to listen to his words.
The horse is hot and distressed, but answers to the desperate spurring; the rider looks as if his eyes were glazed by madness, and he saw nothing but what was unseen by others.
Called away by this noise and outcry, they proceeded no farther with the scrutiny of the remaining books, and so it is thought that "The Carolea," "The Lion of Spain," and "The Deeds of the Emperor," written by Don Luis de Avila, went to the fire unseen and unheard; for no doubt they were among those that remained, and perhaps if the curate had seen them they would not have undergone so severe a sentence.
So frantic were their efforts to escape from the unseen thing behind me that one of the braves was hurled headlong from the cliff to the rocks below.