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un·at·tend·ed

 (ŭn′ə-tĕn′dĭd)
adj.
1. Not being attended to, looked after, or watched: an unattended fire.
2. Having no attendants: unattended gasoline pumps.
3. Not being paid attention to or listened to: an unattended question.

unattended

(ˌʌnəˈtɛndɪd)
adj
1. not looked after or cared for
2. unaccompanied or alone
3. not listened to

un•at•tend•ed

(ˌʌn əˈtɛn dɪd)

adj.
1. not attended by an audience, spectators, etc.
2. not accompanied by a concomitant effect.
3. not cared for or ministered to.
4. not accompanied by a companion, attendant, or the like; alone.
5. unheeded; disregarded.
6. not done or completed, as a task (usu. fol. by to): several chores still unattended to.
[1595–1605]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unattended - not watchedunattended - not watched; "she dashed out leaving the bar unattended"; "a fire left unattended"
unsupervised - not supervised or under constant observation; "the school maintains unsupervised study halls during free periods"; "reliable workers are generally unsupervised"
2.unattended - lacking accompaniment or a guard or escortunattended - lacking accompaniment or a guard or escort; "unattended women"; "problems unattended with danger"
unaccompanied - being without an escort
3.unattended - lacking a caretakerunattended - lacking a caretaker; "a neglected child"; "many casualties were lying unattended"
uncared-for - lacking needed care and attention

unattended

adjective
1. abandoned, left alone, unguarded, ignored, disregarded, not cared for, unwatched An unattended bag was spotted near the platform at Gatwick.
2. alone, on your own, unaccompanied, unescorted, unwatched Never leave young children unattended.
Translations
بِدُون مُرَافِقبلا عِنايَه
bez dozorunehlídaný
uden opsyn
valvomaton
bez nadzora
án umönnunar
番人のいない
내버려둔
be priežiūros
neaprūpētsnepieskatīts
bez dozoru
obemannad
ไม่เอาใจใส่
gözetimsizsahipsizyalnız
không được chăm sóc

unattended

[ˈʌnəˈtendɪd] ADJ
1. (= not looked after) [shop, machine, luggage] → desatendido, sin atender; [child] → solo
to leave sth unattendeddejar algo desatendido
please do not leave your luggage unattendedpor favor, no abandonen su equipaje
2. (= unaccompanied) [king etc] → sin escolta

unattended

[ˌʌnəˈtɛndɪd] adj [car, child, luggage] → sans surveillance
to leave sth unattended → laisser qch sans surveillance
Never leave pets unattended in your car → Ne laissez jamais d'animaux domestiques sans surveillance dans votre voiture.
to leave sb unattended → laisser qn sans surveillance

unattended

adj
(= not looked after) childrenunbeaufsichtigt; car park, car, luggageunbewacht; patientunbehandelt, nicht behandelt; shopohne Bedienung; customernicht bedient; businessunerledigt; to leave somebody unattended (= leave alone, child) → jdn unbeaufsichtigt lassen; to leave something unattended (car, luggage)etw unbewacht lassen; shopetw unbeaufsichtigt lassen; to leave somebody/something unattended (to) (= not deal with, guests, problem) → sich nicht um jdn/etw kümmern; worketw liegen lassen, etw nicht erledigen; patientjdn nicht behandeln; customerjdn nicht bedienen; to leave a wound unattendedeine Wunde nicht versorgen; to leave a car unattended toein Auto nicht reparieren lassen; to be or go unattended to (wound, injury) → nicht behandelt werden; (car, fault) → nicht repariert werden; (customer) → nicht bedient werden; (work) → nicht erledigt sein/werden
(= not escorted)ohne Begleitung (→ by +gen), → unbegleitet

unattended

[ˌʌnəˈtɛndɪd] adj (not looked after, luggage) → incustodito/a; (patient, baby) → solo/a, senza sorveglianza

unattended

(anəˈtendid) adjective
not under the care or supervision of anybody. It is dangerous to leave small children unattended in the house.

unattended

بِدُون مُرَافِق nehlídaný uden opsyn unbeaufsichtigt ασυνόδευτος desatendido valvomaton sans surveillance bez nadzora incustodito 番人のいない 내버려둔 zonder toezicht uten tilsyn pozostawiony bez nadzoru abandonado без присмотра obemannad ไม่เอาใจใส่ sahipsiz không được chăm sóc 没人照顾的

unattended

a. desatendido-a, con falta de atención.
References in classic literature ?
One black cloud, no bigger than a little boat, drifted out into the clear space unattended, and kept moving westward.
The young man regarded the last speaker in open admiration, and even permitted her fairer, though certainly not more beautiful companion, to proceed unattended, while he sedulously opened the way himself for the passage of her who has been called Cora.
Against this rude form of domesticity were opposed the chromo-tinted dresses and extravagant complexions of a few single unattended women--happily seen more often at night behind gilded bars than in the garish light of day--and an equal number of pale-faced, dark-moustached, well-dressed, and suspiciously idle men.
Perhaps there was a more real torture in her first unattended footsteps from the threshold of the prison than even in the procession and spectacle that have been described, where she was made the common infamy, at which all mankind was summoned to point its finger.
But one transparent blue morning, when a stillness almost preternatural spread over the sea, however unattended with any stagnant calm; when the long burnished sun-glade on the waters seemed a golden finger laid across them, enjoining some secresy; when the slippered waves whispered together as they softly ran on; in this profound hush of the visible sphere a strange spectre was seen by Daggoo from the main-mast-head.
The precipitating manner in which Captain Ahab had quitted the Samuel Enderby of London, had not been unattended with some small violence to his own person.
Still, I must venture to claim one little matter of superiority in our manners; a lady may traverse our streets all day, going and coming as she chooses, and she will never be molested by any man; but if a lady, unattended, walks abroad in the streets of London, even at noonday, she will be pretty likely to be accosted and insulted--and not by drunken sailors, but by men who carry the look and wear the dress of gentlemen.
The quarter of an hour brought her punctually to the white gate again; and Miss Smith receiving her summons, was with her without delay, and unattended by any alarming young man.
Stryver, massing his papers before him, whispered with those who sat near, and from time to time glanced anxiously at the jury; while all the spectators moved more or less, and grouped themselves anew; while even my Lord himself arose from his seat, and slowly paced up and down his platform, not unattended by a suspicion in the minds of the audience that his state was feverish; this one man sat leaning back, with his torn gown half off him, his untidy wig put on just as it had happened to fight on his head after its removal, his hands in his pockets, and his eyes on the ceiling as they had been all day.
With Goddess-like demeanour forth she went; Not unattended, for on her as Queen A pomp of winning Graces waited still, And from about her shot Darts of desire Into all Eyes to wish her still in sight.
About the same time arrived Cedric the Saxon, with the Lady Rowena, unattended, however, by Athelstane.
In common politeness the prince could hardly refuse this request, and the princess set about inventing every kind of amusement for him, and succeeded so well that two months slipped by almost unnoticed, in balls, spectacles and in hunting, of which, when unattended by danger, the princess was passionately fond.