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unofficial

adjective /ˌanəˈfiʃəl/
done without the approval or permission of someone in authority
no oficial, no autorizado
an unofficial strike an unofficial estimate of the cost of repairing the damage caused by the hurricane.
done as something that is not part of your job
no oficial
an unofficial visit by the Prime Minister.
unofficially adverb
extraoficialmente
Unofficially, it looks as if Labour have won the election.
Translations of “unofficial”
in Korean 비공식적인…
in Arabic غَير رَسمي…
in Portuguese não oficial, extraoficial…
in Catalan extraoficial…
in Japanese 非公式な…
in Italian non ufficiale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 非正式的, 非官方的…
in Russian неофициальный…
in Turkish resmî olmayan, gayri resmî…
in Chinese (Simplified) 非正式的, 非官方的…
in Polish nieoficjalny…
(Definition of unofficial from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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