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unarmed

adjective uk   /ʌnˈɑːmd/  us   /-ˈɑːrmd/
not armed
Translations of “unarmed”
in Arabic أعزَل…
in Korean 비무장의…
in Malaysian tdk bersenjata…
in French désarmé, sans armes…
in Turkish silâhsız…
in Italian disarmato…
in Chinese (Traditional) 徒手的,不帶武器的, 非武裝的…
in Russian безоружный…
in Polish nieuzbrojony…
in Vietnamese không sử dụng vũ khí…
in Spanish desarmado…
in Portuguese desarmado…
in Thai ที่ไม่พกอาวุธ…
in German unbewaffnet…
in Catalan desarmat…
in Japanese 非武装の…
in Indonesian tak bersenjata…
in Chinese (Simplified) 徒手的,不带武器的, 非武装的…
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