Definition of 'unpaid'
Example sentences containing 'unpaid'
These examples have been automatically selected and may contain sensitive content. Read more…
He also took out credit cards in my name and there were unpaid bills for the flat. Times, Sunday Times (2016)One trusts that there will be no unpaid overtime. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The effect of the unpaid work requirement is that the offender puts something back into society. Times, Sunday Times (2016)BRITAIN'S biggest hospitals have lost 40million to unpaid health tourism bills in the last two years. The Sun (2016)But a bitter legal wrangle with a former agent and an unpaid 100,000 debt saw him bankrupt. The Sun (2016)Portsmouth crown court gave him a sixmonth suspended jail term and 150 hours of unpaid work. The Sun (2016)He must also do 120 hours of unpaid work. The Sun (2017)The pair were sentenced to do a total of 285 hours' unpaid work. The Sun (2016)She was given a suspended jail term and 200 hours' unpaid work. The Sun (2016)The carmaker had already halted production in the spring as suppliers stopped deliveries over unpaid bills. Times, Sunday Times (2011)This is unpaid work but it is vital. Christianity Today (2000)You have to take holiday or unpaid leave. Times, Sunday Times (2014)You should not be expected to work unpaid overtime though. The Sun (2014)They are also massively supported by volunteers who undertake thousands of hours of unpaid labour. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The interest charges on unpaid debts and cash withdrawals tend to be high. Times, Sunday Times (2006)So exactly how much unpaid work do you do in a month? Times, Sunday Times (2008)Workers on unpaid leave are also likely to be affected. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The old unpaid female labour force is now otherwise engaged. Times, Sunday Times (2006)New bailout funds would be used to clear the unpaid debt. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Fathers get a new right to unpaid leave to attend up to two antenatal appointments. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Society is still structured so that women bear the brunt of unpaid caring labour. Times, Sunday Times (2016)He admitted that bailiffs frequently visited him over unpaid debts. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Apparently employers are ripping off workers by demanding they work unpaid overtime and managers are the worst off. Times, Sunday Times (2006)People doing unpaid voluntary work often enjoy it more than people who are paid to do something similar. MAKING HAPPY PEOPLE (2005)She takes the unpaid job at a time when business pay is high on the political and business agendas. Times, Sunday Times (2009)You might suddenly have received a court summons because of unpaid bills or you may have just lost your job. Say Goodbye to Debt (1994)But if you work unpaid overtime regularly you have probably already given substantially more than this sum to your employer. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The job was unpaid, though you could get your meals paid. Times, Sunday Times (2012)After taking over the account in 2007 she was chased for an unpaid bill. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The job is unpaid, but she gets to keep the gadgets. The Sun (2013)Now much improved, he does unpaid work for mental health and homeless charities. The Sun (2008)Other staff will be asked to consider taking unpaid leave or switching to part-time roles. The Sun (2009)This protected them and allowed them to claim for unpaid wages, overtime and holiday pay. Times, Sunday Times (2015)To this day, the bills remain unpaid, despite my best efforts. Times, Sunday Times (2015)
Trends of 'unpaid'
In Common Usage. unpaid is one of the 10000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
View usage for:
Translations for 'unpaid'
British English: unpaid /ʌnˈpeɪd/ ADJECTIVE
If you do unpaid work, you do a job without receiving any money for it.
Most of the work I do is unpaid.
- American English: unpaid
- Arabic: غَيْرُ مُسَدَّد
- Brazilian Portuguese: não pago
- Chinese: 未付款的
- Croatian: neplaćen
- Czech: neplacený
- Danish: ubetalt
- Dutch: onbetaald
- European Spanish: no retribuido
- Finnish: josta ei ole maksettu
- French: bénévole
- German: unbezahlt
- Greek: απλήρωτος
- Italian: non retribuito
- Japanese: 無給の
- Korean: 무보수의
- Norwegian: ubetalt
- Polish: niezapłacony
- European Portuguese: não pago
- Romanian: neremunerat
- Russian: неоплаченный
- Spanish: no retribuido
- Swedish: obetald
- Thai: ไม่ได้ค่าจ้าง
- Turkish: ücreti ödenmemiş
- Ukrainian: несплачений
- Vietnamese: chưa thanh toán
Definition of unpaid from the Collins English Dictionary
The language of love: 5 ways to express your love on Valentine’s Day
In the market for some new terms of endearment? Here’s the etymology behind some of the most popular.
Part One: Unlocking Mandarin with Paul Noble
We sent one of the Collins team for a one-to-one learning experience with the man himself, and here’s how they found part one of the course.
Join the Collins community
All the latest wordy news, linguistic insights, offers and competitions every month.