Translation of unofficial in Spanish:

unofficial

no oficial, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌənəˈfɪʃ(ə)l//ʌnəˈfɪʃ(ə)l/

adjective

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    (meeting/member/report) no oficial
    (meeting/report/member) extraoficial
    (strike) no oficial
    (result/announcement) no oficial
    (announcement/result) oficioso
    speaking in an unofficial capacity hablando extraoficialmente / con carácter no oficial
    • it's still unofficial, but you've won the award aún no es oficial, pero has ganado el premio
    • The post workers' victorious unofficial strike is a major breakthrough.
    • The strikes were unofficial and might have been deemed illegal.
    • Unpopular plans to build ten family homes on unofficial allotments beside a village conservation area have been blocked.
    • I'm sure she's flouting loads of official and unofficial tube etiquette in one fell swoop here.
    • The reporters did not clarify whether the news was from official or unofficial sources.
    • The threat of losing the union machine has curbed the best union leaders' confidence to support unofficial strikes.
    • Only one of the 18 official languages in India and many more unofficial ones, I replied.
    • A postal worker was cheered and applauded when he told the meeting how the unofficial strike in the post had driven bosses back.
    • Mr Hayes said in a letter to his members that the Royal Mail had accepted that the CWU did not instigate unofficial action.
    • Last year the sacking of a union rep at the hospital sparked an unofficial walkout by porters.
    • Let's get this sorted: Shazia Mirza isn't an unofficial spokeswoman for Islam.
    • The most exciting exhibition in Venice is an unsanctioned upstart: the unofficial Italian pavilion.
    • We've just had the most awesome two-day unofficial strike, which totally shook management.
    • OVER 2,000 Glasgow postal workers walked out on unofficial strike last week in a dispute over jobs.
    • They followed unofficial strikes in Glasgow and Essex the week before.
    • Forest harvesting, official and unofficial, can create major problems.
    • They have also organised an unofficial strike against the increase in work intensity in the Kia Motor plant.
    • The unofficial website for Daylight Rule, has received more than 3300 visitors since it was launched.
    • So count us in for next year's challenge and let's see if we can make our, slightly unofficial, record official.
    • So neither the official nor the unofficial cover story seem to hold much water.
    • They do not reflect the official or unofficial policies of any government agency.
    • There were also unofficial reports of a further three scares, including one at a school in Fish Hoek.
    • Bernhard's lap was one of three that bettered both the official and unofficial track records.
    • The Pentonville Five were freed after a huge wave of unofficial strikes.
    • Yet there is the possibility of an engagement, whether official or unofficial for John Brown.
    • Postal workers were on the brink of strike ballots or even unofficial walkouts as Socialist Worker went to press.
    • The Gun Plot is the most authoritative unofficial site about the RAN on the Internet.
    • Trade and industry secretary Patricia Hewitt attacked the unofficial strikes.
    • How many were killed and wounded is unknown, for unofficial and official counts differed widely.
    • Lots of people are frightened because it's an unofficial strike and management can sack you.
    • Amazingly it bears a striking resemblance to some of the unofficial tube rules I've reported in my time.
    • There is no mileage in keeping the site as some kind of unofficial commemoration of the riots and what they meant - it is time to move on.
    • None of the cities has an official tolerance zone, although Aberdeen has an unofficial red-light district.
    • Thousands of workers in the shipyards along the River Tyne took part in unofficial strike action in support of sacked workmates.
    • There was some discussion about the relationship between official and unofficial action.
    • The trade unions in Ferenka even called off an unofficial strike in support of Dr. Herrema.
    • We've shown that through official and unofficial action earlier this year.
    • There were unofficial strikes involving up to 250,000 workers, demonstrations and mass pickets.
    • The neighbours in unofficial whispers talk about his activities but officially they know nothing.
    • As reported last month, the unofficial action involves firefighters across London refusing to act up as officers.