English - Vietnamese Dictionary
unemployed /'ʌnim'plɔid/Concise Dictionary
- tính từ
- không dùng, không được sử dụng
- không có việc làm, thất nghiệp
+people who are involuntarily out of work (considered as a group)
+not engaged in a gainful occupation
Advanced English Dictionary
out of work, jobless, idle, laid off, out of a job, out of work, unoccupied, inactive, FacetioUS resting, at liberty, at leisure, Brit redundant, Colloq Brit on the dole:
He has been unemployed ever since he was made redundant.
+ adjectiveCollocation Dictionary
without a job although able to work: How long have you been unemployed? + an unemployed builder / teacher + an increase in the number of people registered as unemployed
the unemployed noun [pl.]: a programme to get the long-term unemployed back to work + I've joined the ranks of the unemployed (= I've lost my job).
long-term | rural, urban
among the ~
The party's policies were popular among the unemployed.
the plight of the unemployed, the ranks of the unemployed
He graduated with a good degree, only to join the ranks of the unemployed. adj
be, be registered (as) | become | remain | leave sb, make sb
The closure of the factory left hundreds of men unemployed.
currently | newly | still | temporarily | permanently | involuntarily, voluntarily
As I was voluntarily unemployed, I wasn't entitled to benefit.
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