unwaged
Without a wage.

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  • unwaged — ► ADJECTIVE chiefly Brit. 1) unemployed or doing unpaid work. 2) (of work) unpaid …   English terms dictionary

  • unwaged — [[t]ʌ̱nwe͟ɪʤd[/t]] N PLURAL: usu the N You can refer to people who do not have a paid job as the unwaged. [BRIT] There are special rates for the under 18s, full time students, over 60 s and the unwaged... Individual membership costs ₤13 (₤7… …   English dictionary

  • unwaged — un|waged [ ʌn weıdʒd ] adjective BRITISH without any pay: There should be greater recognition of people s unwaged work in the home. a. the unwaged people who work without being paid or who do not have a job …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • unwaged — UK [ʌnˈweɪdʒd] / US adjective British a) without any pay There should be greater recognition of people s unwaged work in the home. b) the unwaged people who work without being paid or who do not have a job. Some people consider this phrase to be… …   English dictionary

  • unwaged —    involuntarily unemployed    Not the war which was averted but the pay which is not earned:     Claire is trying to get her father to give cheap food to the unwaged. (Townsend, 1982) …   How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms

  • unwaged — un|waged [ˌʌnˈweıdʒd] adj BrE not having a job that you get paid for …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • unwaged — adjective Brit. unemployed or doing unpaid work. ↘(of work) unpaid …   English new terms dictionary

  • unwaged — adjective BrE not having a paid job; unemployed …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • unwaged — adj. not receiving a wage; out of work …   Useful english dictionary

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