unearned


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un·earned

 (ŭn-ûrnd′)
adj.
1. Not gained by work or service: unearned income.
2. Not deserved: unearned luck.
3. Not yet earned: unearned interest.

unearned

(ʌnˈɜːnd)
adj
1. not deserved
2. not yet earned

un•earned

(ʌnˈɜrnd)

adj.
1. not received in exchange for labor or services.
2. unmerited; undeserved: unearned punishment.
3. not yet earned.
4. (of income) derived from investments or holdings, as interest or dividends.
[1150–1200]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unearned - not gained by merit or labor or serviceunearned - not gained by merit or labor or service; "accepted the unearned rewards that came his ways as well as the unearned criticism"; "unearned income"; "an unearned run"
earned - gained or acquired; especially through merit or as a result of effort or action; "a well-earned reputation for honesty"; "earned income"; "an earned run in baseball"
Translations

unearned

[ˈʌnˈɜːnd]
A. ADJno ganado
B. CPD unearned income Nrenta f (no salarial)
unearned increment Nplusvalía f

unearned

[ʌnˈɜːrnd] adj (= undeserved) [praise, respect] → immérité(e)unearned income nrevenus mpl du capital

unearned

adj
incrementunverdient
(= undeserved)unverdient

unearned

[ʌnˈɜːnd] adj (praise, respect) → immeritato/a
References in classic literature ?
Formerly they had wardships, courts of justice, now they have the district council--not in the form of bribes, but in the form of unearned salary," he said, as hotly as though someone of those present had opposed his opinion.
Now, after making the usual unjust allowance for interest on thirty pounds for twelve years or so that had elapsed, the sale of the picture would have brought me in a profit of over seven hundred and fifty pounds, an unearned increment to which I had no righteous claim.
Well, I liked the king, and as king I respected him -- respected the office; at least respected it as much as I was capable of respecting any unearned supremacy; but as MEN I looked down upon him and his nobles -- privately.
Their increment became yearly more and more unearned. Besides, it must be established indisputably that her grandfather was a very great man.
A switch away from tax on economically productive activities, work, trade, enterprise onto unearned land wealth is needed.
By using malware, they generated unearned payouts from Facebook by misrepresenting that a user actually clicked on the ads.
The hosts added an unearned run in the bottom of the frame and scored five times in the sixth to break the game open.
To understand the kiddie tax implications of the recent TCJA changes, it is instructive to first review how the Code differentiates earned from unearned income, the history of the kiddie tax, and when the kiddie tax applies.
* Unearned Revenue of $8.56 Billion, up 22% Year-Over-Year, 24% in Constant Currency
For one thing, there is a "tax on certain children who have unearned income," known as the "kiddie tax." This rule is designed to prevent the type of income shifting the Holdens have in mind.
Gross loans net of unearned income equalled USD1.18bn at March 31, 2019.
And two relievers, Pedro Baez and Caleb Ferguson, allowed both of the inherited runners to cross the plate, though one of the runs was unearned due to a fielding error by third baseman Cody Asche.