Not funded; having received no funding.

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  • unfunded — UK US /ˌʌnˈfʌndɪd/ adjective ► FINANCE used to describe a financial arrangement that has been agreed but for which there is not enough money available: »The unfunded liability for Social Security s old age and disability funds will be $3 trillion …   Financial and business terms

  • unfunded — [spelling only] …   English World dictionary

  • unfunded — adjective Date: circa 1775 1. not funded ; floating < an unfunded debt > 2. not provided with funds < unfunded schools > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • unfunded — /un fun did/, adj. 1. not provided with a fund or money; not financed. 2. Finance. floating (def. 5b). [1765 75; UN 1 + FUNDED] * * * …   Universalium

  • unfunded — (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. bankrupt, floating, insolvent; see poor 1 …   English dictionary for students

  • unfunded — adj. not having funding, not financed …   English contemporary dictionary

  • unfunded — adjective 1》 not receiving funds; not having a fund. 2》 (of a debt) repayable on demand; not funded …   English new terms dictionary

  • unfunded — Not receiving *funds or *money to achieve a defined purpose …   Auditor's dictionary

  • unfunded — un·funded …   English syllables

  • unfunded — /ʌnˈfʌndəd/ (say un funduhd) adjective not funded …   Australian English dictionary

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