unaccounted

Related to unaccounted: inconvenient, broke down

unaccounted

(ˌʌnəˈkaʊntɪd)
adj (usually foll by for)
1. missing: as many as 100 people are unaccounted for.
2. not included in an account: 70 million dollars of unaccounted money.
3. not explained adequately: unaccounted friendliness.
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Translations

unaccounted

[ˈʌnəˈkaʊntɪd] ADJ two passengers are still unaccounted foraún (nos) faltan dos pasajeros
two books are unaccounted forfaltan dos libros
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unaccounted

[ˌʌnəˈkaʊntɪd] adj
to be unaccounted for
Two passengers are unaccounted for → On est sans nouvelles de deux passagers.
About £50 million from the robbery is unaccounted for → Environ 50 millions de livres provenant du vol n'ont pas été retrouvés.
The remaining 30 per cent were unaccounted for → On ignorait ce qu'il était advenu des 30 pour cent restants.
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unaccounted

[ˌʌnəˈkaʊntɪd] adj unaccounted formancante
two passengers are unaccounted for → due passeggeri mancano all'appello
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And not only this, but to that ever-contracting, dropping circle ashore, who, for any reason, possessed the privilege of a less banned approach to him; to that timid circle the above hinted casualty --remaining, as it did, moodily unaccounted for by Ahab --invested itself with terrors, not entirely underived from the land of spirits and of wails.
He had come to the conclusion that it was somewhere indoors: so he worked out all the cubic space of the house, and made measurements everywhere, so that not one inch should be unaccounted for.
Of the four who had scaled the palisade, one only remained unaccounted for, and he, having left his cutlass on the field, was now clambering out again with the fear of death upon him.
A few years later this would have been impossible, because the passport system was to become so perfect that no man, woman, nor child in all the land was unregistered and unaccounted for in his or her movements.
She looked at him with a certain amount of still surprise, a look which he returned just as steadfastly, because even in those few seconds he was conscious of that strange selective interest, certainly unaccounted for by his own impressions of her appearance.
When I related to him the circumstances under which Toby and I had entered it, he listened with evident interest; but as soon as I alluded to the absence, yet unaccounted for, of my comrade, he endeavoured to change the subject, as if it were something he desired not to agitate.
You'll find nothing in the bank, and about L13,000 unaccounted for.
It left Rosanna's secret journey to Frizinghall, and Rosanna's proceedings in the matter of the nightgown entirely unaccounted for.
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