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un·safe

 (ŭn-sāf′)
adj. un·saf·er, un·saf·est
Not safe; dangerous.
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unsafe

(ʌnˈseɪf)
adj
1. not safe; perilous
2. (Law) (of a criminal conviction) based on inadequate or false evidence
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unsafe - lacking in security or safetyunsafe - lacking in security or safety; "his fortune was increasingly insecure"; "an insecure future"
unprotected - lacking protection or defense
dangerous, unsafe - involving or causing danger or risk; liable to hurt or harm; "a dangerous criminal"; "a dangerous bridge"; "unemployment reached dangerous proportions"
vulnerable - susceptible to attack; "a vulnerable bridge"
2.unsafe - involving or causing danger or riskunsafe - involving or causing danger or risk; liable to hurt or harm; "a dangerous criminal"; "a dangerous bridge"; "unemployment reached dangerous proportions"
unsafe, insecure - lacking in security or safety; "his fortune was increasingly insecure"; "an insecure future"
vulnerable - susceptible to attack; "a vulnerable bridge"
3.unsafe - not safe from attackunsafe - not safe from attack      
vulnerable - susceptible to attack; "a vulnerable bridge"
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unsafe

adjective
2. vulnerable, threatened, exposed, unprotected, defenceless, open to attack In the larger neighbourhood, I felt very unsafe.
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unsafe

adjective
1. Inadequately protected:
2. Involving possible risk, loss, or injury:
Slang: hairy.
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Translations
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unsafe

[ˈʌnˈseɪf] ADJ
1. (= dangerous) [building, neighbourhood] → peligroso, poco seguro; [machine, vehicle, wiring] → poco seguro, peligroso; [working conditions] → peligroso
the car is unsafe to driveel coche no está en condiciones de conducirlo
it is unsafe to walk there at nightes peligroso caminar por ahí de noche
to declare a building unsafedeclarar un edificio un peligro
2. (= in danger) to be unsafe [person] → estar en peligro
to feel unsafeno sentirse seguro
3. (Jur) (= dubious) [evidence, conviction, verdict] → abierto a revisión judicial
4. (= unprotected) unsafe sexrelaciones fpl sexuales sin protección
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unsafe

[ʌnˈseɪf] adj
(= dangerous) [machine, wiring] → dangereux/euse; [building] → peu sûr(e); [activity] → dangereux/euse; [method] → hasardeux/euse
The car was unsafe to drive → La voiture était dangereuse à conduire.
unsafe conditions in coal mines → les conditions dangereuses dans les mines de charbon
unsafe to drink → non potable
unsafe to eat → non comestible
it is unsafe to do sth → il est dangereux de faire qch
It is unsafe to play here → C'est dangereux de jouer ici.
unsafe sex → rapports mpl non protégés
(= in danger) [person] → en danger
to feel unsafe → ne pas se sentir en sécurité
(LAW) [conviction, verdict] → nul(le) (pour vice de procédure)
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unsafe

adj
ladder, machine, car, personnicht sicher; (= dangerous) journey, toy, wiringgefährlich; druggesundheitsschädigend; streetgefährlich, unsicher; activitygefährlich, riskant; this is unsafe to eat/drinkdas ist nicht genießbar/trinkbar; the car is unsafe to drivedas Auto ist nicht verkehrssicher; it is unsafe to walk there at nightes ist gefährlich, dort nachts spazieren zu gehen; to be unsafe for human consumptionnicht zum Verzehr geeignet sein; to declare a house unsafe for habitationein Haus für unbewohnbar erklären; to feel unsafesich nicht sicher fühlen; he looked unsafe swaying about at the top of the ladderes sah gefährlich aus, wie er oben auf der Leiter hin und her schaukelte
(Jur: = unreliable) conviction, verdictungesichert; evidenceungesichert, unzuverlässig; unsafe and unsatisfactoryungesichert und unbefriedigend
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unsafe

[ʌnˈseɪf] adj (machine, car, wiring) → pericoloso/a; (method) → poco sicuro/a, rischioso/a
unsafe to drink → non potabile
unsafe to eat → non commestibile
to feel unsafe → non sentirsi sicuro/a
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The US and UK paid a heavy diplomatic price for the invasion and the world is now an unsafer place as a result.