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unclaimed

adjective
 
 
/ʌnˈkleɪmd/
if something is unclaimed, no one has said that it belongs to them or that they want it: More than €2.5 million lies unclaimed in bank accounts. The proposed bill requires transfer of unclaimed deposits to the state Environmental Protection Fund.
Translations of “unclaimed”
in Chinese (Traditional) 無主的, 物主不明的, 無人領取的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 无主的, 所有者不明的, 无人领取的…
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