unpaid


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un·paid

 (ŭn-pād′)
adj.
1. Not yet paid: unpaid bills.
2. Serving without pay; unsalaried: unpaid research assistants.

unpaid

(ʌnˈpeɪd)
adj
1. (Banking & Finance) (of a bill, debt, etc) not yet paid
2. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) working without pay
3. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) having wages outstanding
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unpaid - not paidunpaid - not paid; "unpaid wages"; "an unpaid bill"
due - owed and payable immediately or on demand; "payment is due"
paid - marked by the reception of pay; "paid work"; "a paid official"; "a paid announcement"; "a paid check"
2.unpaid - without paymentunpaid - without payment; "the soup kitchen was run primarily by unpaid helpers"; "a volunteer fire department"
voluntary - of your own free will or design; done by choice; not forced or compelled; "man is a voluntary agent"; "participation was voluntary"; "voluntary manslaughter"; "voluntary generosity in times of disaster"; "voluntary social workers"; "a voluntary confession"
3.unpaid - engaged in as a pastimeunpaid - engaged in as a pastime; "an amateur painter"; "gained valuable experience in amateur theatricals"; "recreational golfers"; "reading matter that is both recreational and mentally stimulating"; "unpaid extras in the documentary"
nonprofessional - not professional; not engaged in a profession or engaging in as a profession or for gain; "the nonprofessional wives of his male colleagues"; "nonprofessional actors"

unpaid

adjective
1. voluntary, free, volunteer, honorary, gratuitous, unrewarded, unsalaried, unremunerative Even unpaid work for charity is better than nothing.
2. owing, due, outstanding, unsettled, owed, payable, to be paid, overdue, in the red, in arrears, not discharged The bills remained unpaid because of a dispute.

unpaid

adjective
2. Contributing one's time without pay:
Translations
neplacený
ubetalt
josta ei ole maksettu
neplaćen
無給の
무보수의
neplačan
obetald
ไม่ได้ค่าจ้าง
chưa thanh toán

unpaid

[ˈʌnˈpeɪd] ADJ [staff, worker, overtime] → no remunerado, no retribuido; [leave] → sin paga, sin sueldo; [debts, bills] → sin pagar, pendiente; [taxes, rent] → sin pagar

unpaid

[ʌnˈpeɪd] adj
(= outstanding) [bill] → impayé(e); [rent] → non payé(e); [taxes] → non acquitté(e)
(= taken or done without payment) [work, labour] → non rémunéré(e), non rétribué(e)
unpaid leave, unpaid holiday → congé m sans solde
unpaid overtime → heures fpl supplémentaires non rémunérées
(= not receiving payment) [worker] → non rétribué(e), non rémunéré(e)
unpaid volunteer → bénévole mf

unpaid

adjunbezahlt
adv to work unpaidunbezahlt or ohne Bezahlung arbeiten

unpaid

[ʌnˈpeɪd] adj (bill, debt) → da pagare; (holiday) → non pagato/a; (work) → non retribuito/a

unpaid

غَيْرُ مُسَدَّد neplacený ubetalt unbezahlt απλήρωτος no retribuido josta ei ole maksettu bénévole neplaćen non retribuito 無給の 무보수의 onbetaald ubetalt niezapłacony não pago неоплаченный obetald ไม่ได้ค่าจ้าง ücreti ödenmemiş chưa thanh toán 未付款的
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She wondered as she regarded some of the grizzled women in the room, mere mechanical contrivances sewing seams and grinding out, with heads bended over their work, tales of imagined or real girlhood happiness, past drunks, the baby at home, and unpaid wages.
For a trader to refuse one of these free and flourishing blades a credit, whatever unpaid scores might stare him in the face, would be a flagrant affront scarcely to be forgiven.
He left his rent unpaid for three weeks, explaining to his landlady that he would get money at the end of the month; she did not say anything, but pursed her lips and looked grim.
Not one of the plans Nicholas tried succeeded; the estate was sold by auction for half its value, and half the debts still remained unpaid.
In this controversy the whole company spoke together, and every man seemed wholly bent to extenuate the sum which fell to his share; so that the most probable conclusion which could be foreseen was, that a large portion of the reckoning would fall to the landlord's share to pay, or (what is much the same thing) would remain unpaid.
Nothing has been too small to escape him, and you may be sure that if Charles Strickland left a laundry bill unpaid it will be given you
Once when we left him unpaid, with egregious excuses, I looked back and saw him shaking with inaudible laughter behind his film.
To labour at living and be unpaid is worse than to be dead.
Also, the hotel bill which he left unpaid was enormous.
I draw upon him for 600,000 francs, my bills are returned unpaid, and, more than that, I hold bills of exchange signed by him to the value of 400,000 francs, payable at his correspondent's in Paris at the end of this month.
The story of their coming to be shapen after the average and fit to be packed by the gross, is hardly ever told even in their consciousness; for perhaps their ardor in generous unpaid toil cooled as imperceptibly as the ardor of other youthful loves, till one day their earlier self walked like a ghost in its old home and made the new furniture ghastly.
It was Mr Squeer's custom to call the boys together, and make a sort of report, after every half-yearly visit to the metropolis, regarding the relations and friends he had seen, the news he had heard, the letters he had brought down, the bills which had been paid, the accounts which had been left unpaid, and so forth.