Definition of unregistered in English:

unregistered

adjective

  • Not officially recognized and recorded.

    ‘unregistered births’
    • ‘On 28 July an official strike against unregistered labour on the docks began.’
    • ‘They clarified for us the powers of dog rangers and dog officials to seize unregistered or offending dogs.’
    • ‘If anyone sees a car unregistered please call any Garda Station.’
    • ‘Many children will not even exist officially, that is, will go unregistered.’
    • ‘They offer an extensive record search service, which includes wills and unregistered land.’
    • ‘Another 600,000 unregistered weapons are thought to be floating around.’
    • ‘The campaign to eliminate unregistered hounds met with strong opposition from owners, who tried to hide their pets.’
    • ‘Firstly we had to register our visa with the police - if you are caught with an unregistered visa in Russia you can be put in jail.’
    • ‘The real figure may be even higher considering that many prostitutes work in concealed and unregistered places, he said.’
    • ‘No staff member had first-aid training and there was an unregistered nurse available for only three hours per day.’
    • ‘Then, as riders slowed, the police confiscated unregistered bikes within their reach.’
    • ‘And if they do express this demand, it tends to go unregistered (e.g. the boss simply ignores it).’
    • ‘An allotment amnesty is to be held to allow unregistered holders to turn in their plots to be correctly recorded.’
    • ‘Police and trading standards officials will be visiting car boot sales in a bid to stop unregistered dealers passing themselves off as car booters.’
    • ‘But almost half were unable to offer an urgent appointment for unregistered patients either on the NHS or privately.’
    • ‘Police are concerned that significant numbers of staff will still be unregistered by February, and therefore unable to work legally.’
    • ‘There was an arrest earlier today, someone who had an unregistered gun.’
    • ‘But officials believe as many as 1m unregistered items in private hands could make the grade.’
    • ‘The reason for the difference is that a lot of milk production is unregistered as very small producers use and sell their produce locally.’
    • ‘There were also unregistered medicines, which were imported from countries, such as Taiwan and Germany.’

Pronunciation

unregistered

/ʌnˈrɛdʒɪstəd/