Definition of 'unprecedented'
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Together with the bomb, it had made the front page on more or less every one - an unprecedented achievement. LEFT, RIGHT AND CENTRE (2001)The prophets who'd predicted the tempest had been proved correct: The frenzied waters had indeed thrown up an unprecedented catch. EVERVILLE (2001)She went to Japan, as part of a team investigating the effects of the unprecedented birth-rate on society. THE IMAGE OF LAURA (2001)
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Translations for 'unprecedented'
British English: unprecedented /ʌnˈprɛsɪˌdɛntɪd/ ADJECTIVE
If something is unprecedented, it has never happened before.
The TV station made an unprecedented apology on the national news.
- American English: unprecedented
- Arabic: جَدِيد
- Brazilian Portuguese: sem precedente
- Chinese: 空前的
- Croatian: bez presedana
- Czech: nebývalý
- Danish: enestående
- Dutch: ongehoord
- European Spanish: inaudito
- Finnish: ennennäkemätön
- French: sans précédent
- German: beispiellos
- Greek: πρωτάκουστος
- Italian: senza precedenti
- Japanese: 先例のない
- Korean: 유례 없는
- Norwegian: enestående
- Polish: bezprecedensowy
- European Portuguese: sem precedentes
- Romanian: fără precedent
- Russian: беспрецедентный
- Spanish: inaudito
- Swedish: utan motstycke
- Thai: ไม่เคยมีมาก่อน
- Turkish: daha önceden olmamış
- Ukrainian: безпрецедентний
- Vietnamese: chưa có tiền lệ
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