1. adjective [ADJ n, ADJ after v, v-link ADJ]
If someone is unaccompanied, they are alone. ⇒ It is estimated that every year 50 unaccompanied children arrive in Britain. ⇒ Kelly's too young to go unaccompanied.
2. adjective [ADJ n] Unaccompanied luggage or goods are being sent or transported separately from their owner. ⇒ Unaccompanied bags are either searched or removed. 3. adjective [ADJ n, ADJ after v] An unaccompanied voice or instrument sings or plays alone, with no other instruments playing at the same time. ⇒ ...an unaccompanied flute. ⇒ The piece is most often sung unaccompanied.
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