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un·at·tached

 (ŭn′ə-tăcht′)
adj.
1. Not joined, especially to surrounding tissue.
2.
a. Not committed to or dependent on another person or group.
b. Not married, engaged, or involved in a serious sexual or romantic relationship.
3. Law Of or relating to property that has not been seized by legal writ.

unattached

(ˌʌnəˈtætʃt)
adj
1. not connected with any specific thing, body, group, etc; independent
2. not engaged or married
3. (Law) (of property) not seized or held as security or in satisfaction of a judgment

un•at•tached

(ˌʌn əˈtætʃt)

adj.
1. not attached.
2. not associated with any particular group, organization, or the like; independent.
3. not engaged, married, or involved with another.
[1490–1500]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unattached - not fastened togetherunattached - not fastened together    
unconnected - not joined or linked together
2.unattached - not associated in an exclusive sexual relationshipunattached - not associated in an exclusive sexual relationship
committed, attached - associated in an exclusive sexual relationship
3.unattached - (of animals) able to swim about; not attached
animal, animate being, beast, creature, fauna, brute - a living organism characterized by voluntary movement
vagile - having freedom to move about; "vagile aquatic animals"

unattached

adjective
1. single, available, unmarried, on your own, by yourself, a free agent, not spoken for, left on the shelf, footloose and fancy-free, unengaged Those who are unattached may find that a potential mate is very close.
2. (often with to) independent (from), unaffiliated (to), nonaligned (to), free (from), autonomous (from), uncommitted (to) There's one nursery which is unattached to any school.
independent (from) attached (to), affiliated (to), aligned (to), involved (with), committed (to), dependent (on)

unattached

adjective
Translations
بِلا ارْتِباط، أعْزَب
volný
enligsingle
erillinenirrallinensitoutumaton
ólofaîur, á lausu
nesusižiedavęs
neprecējiesnesaderināts
bağımsızevli ya da nişanlı olmayan

unattached

[ˈʌnəˈtætʃt] ADJ
1. (= loose) → suelto (fig) (gen) → libre; [employee] → disponible
2. (= unmarried) → soltero, libre
3. (Mil) → de reemplazo
4. (Jur) → no embargado

unattached

[ˌʌnəˈtætʃt] adj [person] → sans attaches

unattached

adj
(= not fastened)unbefestigt; (Mil) → keinem Regiment/keiner Einheit etc zugeteilt; (US) athleteohne Vereinszugehörigkeit; unattached voteWechselwähler m
(emotionally) → ungebunden; she’s worried about still being unattachedsie macht sich Sorgen, weil sie immer noch keinen Partner gefunden hat; there aren’t many unattached girls arounddie meisten Mädchen hier sind nicht mehr zu haben or sind nicht mehr frei

unattached

[ˌʌnəˈtætʃt] adj (part) → staccato/a; (not married) → libero/a, senza legami; (independent) → indipendente, sciolto/a

unattached

(anəˈtӕtʃt) adjective
not married or engaged to be married. A woman sometimes gives up hope of marriage if she is still unattached at the age of thirty.

unattached

a. suelto-a, sin conexión.
References in classic literature ?
They would be less objectionable to the people round here who might like to come and see you," she remarked, "than two unattached young ladies.
They were mongrels, kept spotlessly and germicidally clean, who were unattached and untrained.
This young man wore the garb of a captain of the king's unattached archers, which bears far too much resemblance to the costume of Jupiter, which the reader has already been enabled to admire in the first book of this history, for us to inflict upon him a second description.
On the coast-mountains, at the height of about 2000 feet where during this season the clouds generally hang, a very few cacti were growing in the clefts of rock; and the loose sand was strewed over with a lichen, which lies on the surface quite unattached.
It would seem that, in such cases, the feeling of belief exists unattached, without its usual relation to a content believed, just as the feeling of familiarity may sometimes occur without being related to any definite familiar object.
I swam doggedly on, hoping that that was the last unattached shark.
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86, and Cole Walsh, another Oregon freshman competing unattached, won the pole vault with a clearance of 16 feet, 2 3/4 inches.
And when it came to the economy, Obama created the impression that Romney was a candidate of the wealthy, unattached and uncaring for those in lower and poorer circumstances.
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A list of the scope of prescribed procedures carried out in unattached operating theatre units is summarised in Table I.
KEY SPECS: The 2 mm latch houses crimp-to-wire systems, enabling discrete wiring to be attached and unattached to the PCB with an audible click.