未払い, 無給, 未済
Adjective(1) not paid(2) without payment(3) engaged in as a pastime
(1) The girls are treated like unpaid slaves or prisoners, except there is no crime and no fixed sentence.(2) But she starts in Biblical times, where the template is laid for the future treatment of wives as obedient, unpaid servants.(3) The teenager pleaded guilty and magistrates ordered him to perform 60 hours of unpaid work within 12 months.(4) Nothing is ever forgotten, and very few debts are left unpaid .(5) While the research found that most vacation work would be paid, more than 9,500 British students will opt for unpaid work experience.(6) At the heart of the dispute is the way First National treats borrowers who have come before the court because of unpaid debts.(7) Also, because she is expected to have unpaid work experience with a vet in her four weeks' holiday, she has no chance to pay anything off during the course.(8) They've been miscategorizing most identity theft all along - chalking it up to unpaid debt and writing it off.(9) After weeks of investigating, the programme reveals the face of the thief who stole more than Ôö¼├║15,000 and ran up hundreds of pounds in unpaid debts.(10) As a result, the march's legacy will probably include a flood of red ink, much the way other national events have ended in unpaid debt.(11) When the second successor company was registered in 1997, he became a paid manager and unpaid director of that business.(12) Mr Straw said legal safeguards were in place to stop oil revenues being seized by another country for unpaid debts.(13) Thomas went to his grave regarding Eleanour as nothing more than a dear friend, useful as an unpaid secretary, the willing amanuensis who typed his manuscripts for him.(14) May said council officials inquired about the unpaid debt shortly after Arthur's death but did not pursue it further until now, five years later.(15) And one of the consenting parties, in addition to being just barely an adult, was an unpaid employee of the other.(16) We discussed the idea of my taking one day a week as unpaid leave for a finite period of time, or until new client work came in.
1. unsettled ::
2. voluntary ::
3. amateur ::
4. volunteer ::
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