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unplaced

adjective uk   /ʌnˈpleɪst/ us  
in horse racing, not one of the first three horses to finish a race: The sole British runner, White Knight, was unplaced.
Translations of “unplaced”
in Chinese (Traditional) (賽馬中)未獲得前三名的,未獲得名次的…
in Chinese (Simplified) (赛马中)未获得前三名的,未获得名次的…
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