ˈʌnˈsetld прил.
1) неустроенный;
неустановившийся the weather is unsettled ≈ погода не установилась Syn : not put in order, badly organized
2) нерешенный, неурегулированный Syn : undecided
3) неоплаченный Syn : unpaid
4) незаселенный неустойчивый, неустановившийся - the weather is * погода не установилась - prices remain * цены остаются неустойчивыми неуспокоившийся;
неуравновешенный нерешенный, неурегулированный - the point is * вопрос не решен - his mind is still * он еще не пришел к решению, он еще колеблется неоплаченный - * debts невыплаченные долги незаселенный unsettled p. p. от unsettle ~ колеблющийся ~ незаселенный ~ незаселенный ~ неоплаченный ~ неоплаченный (о долге, счете) ~ неоплаченный ~ непогашенный ~ нерешенный ~ нерешенный, неурегулированный ~ неурегулированный;
нерешенный ~ неурегулированный ~ неустановившийся ~ неустановленный ~ неустойчивый ~ неустроенный;
the weather is unsettled погода не установилась ~ неустроенный;
the weather is unsettled погода не установилась

Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь. 2001.

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