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unlicensed

adjective
 
 
/ʌnˈlaɪsənst/ LAW
not having a licence (= a document giving legal permission) for something: unlicensed agents/contractors/operators The agency can't take action against consumers for using unlicensed contractors. an unlicensed broker/dealer unlicensed businesses/companies/facilities Unlicensed software used by businesses costs U.S. software makers an estimated $13 billion in lost revenue annually worldwide..
Translations of “unlicensed”
in Chinese (Traditional) 無營業執照的, 未經授權許可的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 无营业执照的, 未经授权许可的…
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