Translation of uncounted in Spanish:


sin contar, adj.

Pronunciation /ʌnˈkaʊntɪd//ˌənˈkaʊn(t)əd/


  • 1

    (not counted)
    sin contar
    no contado
    • With 3 boxes still uncounted, the incumbent has 49.91% in the four-way race.
    • In Chicago, for instance, 7 percent of votes cast went uncounted due to ballot errors.
    • I am angry for the innocent, unnumbered and uncounted civilians who have perished.
    • There are 14,000 uncounted ballots that he's not including.
    • Irregularities include multiple signatures in the same handwriting, uncounted ballots, invalid absentee votes, interrupted polling hours, and voter intimidation or suppression.
    • A country lies in ruins and an uncounted number of dead has resulted from this lie.
    • Those victims - far more numerous and no less precious to their loved ones - go uncounted and unnamed.
    • Holding those bags up only proves our point, Dick, that we need these uncounted ballots to be counted before this is final.
    • Additionally, the 2.1 million people behind bars are uncounted in government employment reports.
    • The city council has one month to prove the census left 20,000 people uncounted, or miss out on £6m in grants.
    • A few uncounted votes or a few thousand voters turned away can be the difference between a national victory or not.
    • The discovery of a crate of 1,000 uncounted postal ballots from last year's local elections has raised fresh doubts over the safety of postal voting.
    • They were able to distribute more than 2,500 English-language brochures to international tourists and an uncounted number of brochures in Finnish and German.
  • 2

    (countless, numerous)
    • His vacation is usually spent holed up in some god-forsaken bar, since he has spent all his getaway money on one of his uncounted projects destined to make the world a better place for humanity.
    • By then he'd raked in uncounted millions of dollars, much of which he shared with partners in the Mob.
    • There were uncounted numbers of buffalo hunters in the vicinity and hides quickly began to accumulate.
    • Even now, an unemployment rate that has risen by 1-1/2 points in four years masks a significant loss of job opportunities for millions of uncounted workers who have left the labor force.
    • Many students were stranded and uncounted months of their time was wasted.