TOEIC英・英単語 U-2

undoubtedly/ʌndáutidli/
adv. used to say that something is true


unemployment/ʌ`nimplɔ'imənt/
n. the situation of not having a job that provides money, or the number of people in this situation at any time


unemployment benefits
payments made by a government to a person who has lost his or her job


unemployment rate
the number or percentage of people in a country or area who do not have jobs


unethical/ʌnéθik(ə)l/
adj. not morally acceptable


unexpected/ʌ`nikspéktid/
adj. Something that is unexpected surprises you because you did not know it was going to happen.


unfamiliar/ʌ`nfəmíljər/
adj. not previously experienced or known


unfavorable/ʌnféiv(ə)rəbl/
adj1. having or showing a negative opinion

adj2. not tending to help; not likely to lead to a positive result


unfold/ʌ`nfóuld/
v1. (of a situation or story) to develop or become clear

v2. to open or spread out something that has been folded


unfortunate/ʌnfɔ':rʧ(ə)nət/
adj. bad and causing problems


unfortunately/ʌnfɔ':rʧ(ə)nətli/
adv. used to say that you wish something was not true or that something had not happened


uniform/jú:nəfɔ`:rm/
adj. being the same size, shape, amount, etc.

n. a special set of clothes that are worn by people who do a particular job or by the students at some schools


uninformative/ʌ`ninfɔ':mətiv/
adj. not giving enough information


uninterrupted/ʌnìnt(ə)rʌ'ptid/
adj. (especially of a period of time) continuous


union/jú:njən/
n1. an organization that represents people who do a particular job

n2. two or more countries, groups, etc. that join together to make one country, group, etc.


unique/ju:ní:k/
adj1. different from everyone and everything else

adj2. unusual and special


unit/jú:nit/
n1. a single, complete thing that is part of a larger thing

n2. a measure used to express an amount or quantity


unity/jú:nəti/
n. a situation in which everyone agrees with each other or wants to stay together


unless/ənlés/
conj. except if


unlikely/ʌnláikli/
adj. not expected to happen


unlimited/ʌnlímitid/
adj. not having a limit or highest possible amount, number, or level


unload/ʌnlóud/
v1. to remove the contents of something such as goods from a vehicle, the bullets from a gun, or the film from a camera

v2. If you unload something that you no longer want, you get rid of it


unlock/ʌnlɑ':k/
v. to open something that is locked using a key


unoccupied/ʌnɑ':kjəpaid/
adj. without anyone in it, or not busy


unofficial/ʌ`nəfíʃ(ə)l/
adj. not said or done by the government or someone in authority




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