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unconfirmedadjective

uk   /ˌʌn.kənˈfɜːmd/  us   /-fɝːmd/
If facts are unconfirmed, it is not certain if they are true: According to unconfirmed reports, two people were killed in the riots last night.
Translations of “unconfirmed”
in Vietnamese không được xác nhận…
in Spanish no confirmado…
in Thai ไม่ได้ยืนยัน…
in Malaysian belum sah…
in French non confirmé…
in German unbestätigt…
in Chinese (Traditional) 未經確認的,未被證實的…
in Indonesian belum terbukti…
in Russian неподтвержденный…
in Turkish doğrulanmamış, teyit edilmemiş…
in Chinese (Simplified) 未经确认的,未被证实的…
in Polish niepotwierdzony…
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