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English definition of “unissued”

unissued

adjective
 
 
/ˌʌnˈɪʃuːd/ FINANCE
unissued shares, etc. have been approved for sale by a company and the authorities, but have not yet been officially offered for sale on a stock market: Authorized but unissued capital stock may be issued from time to time, for example as stock dividends.
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