Definition of undefeated in English:

undefeated

adjective

  • Not defeated, especially in a battle or other contest.

    ‘the undefeated champion’
    • ‘Anything between three and six games undefeated would bring us back into the pack.’
    • ‘Thompson remained undefeated in the singles for the third season in a row and was division one individual runner-up to Leake.’
    • ‘He eventually achieved the maximum eight wins, retiring undefeated.’
    • ‘The last team to complete a full season undefeated was Terry Woods' Thistles team of 1992.’
    • ‘I know from experience the difference a few games undefeated can make to morale in the camp.’
    • ‘The Premier League newcomers are now undefeated after two matches.’
    • ‘That was probably the reason why we went undefeated as long as we did.’
    • ‘Quite how a boxer with such a poor capacity for absorbing a blow has gone 24 fights undefeated remains a mystery.’
    • ‘Both teams are undefeated after three rounds and the result of the game will go a long way to showing the state of the competition.’
    • ‘City looked well set to make it ten games undefeated after Mark Bower's goal on 34 minutes handed City a deserved lead.’
    • ‘After five games without a win, Menston have now gone three undefeated, with two victories and a winning draw.’
    • ‘This was a clean sweep by the Ulster side who remained undefeated in all of their championship matches.’
    • ‘He has consistently dominated the court all season, going undefeated in all his singles matches.’
    • ‘The U.S. went entirely undefeated in the tournament until the final game against Canada.’
    • ‘Recently, a shining star has emerged from the show after going seven weeks straight undefeated.’
    • ‘Now they have gone four games undefeated and have moved up from the doldrums.’
    • ‘We went right through the season undefeated and then lost the last game at home in front of 70,000 people.’
    • ‘Stirling County went third after their third successive undefeated game.’
    • ‘They remain undefeated in this year's intermediate league and held off any team that crossed their path.’
    • ‘Having slipped to fifth place York now have the daunting task of going the rest of the season undefeated if they are to stay in the title race’
    triumphant, conquering, vanquishing, winning, champion, successful, top, first, second to none
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Pronunciation

undefeated

/ˌəndəˈfēdəd//ˌəndəˈfidəd/