1. adjective If you are uncommitted, you have not yet decided to support a particular idea, belief, group, or person, or you are unwilling to show your support. ⇒ The allegiance of uncommitted voters will be crucial. [+ to] ⇒ I was still uncommitted to the venture when we reached Kanpur.
The uncommitted are people who are uncommitted. ⇒ It was the uncommitted that Labour needed to reach.
2. adjective If resources are uncommitted, it has not yet been decided what to use them for. ⇒ ...uncommitted gas reserves. ⇒ ...£32.3m of uncommitted loans.
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