Translation of unreported in Spanish:

unreported

no denunciado, adj.

Pronunciation /ʌnrɪˈpɔːtɪd//ˌənrəˈpɔrdəd/

adjective

  • 1

    (crime) no denunciado
    many cases go unreported muchos casos no se ponen en conocimiento de las autoridades / no se denuncian
    • the incident was / went unreported in yesterday's paper no se informó del incidente en el periódico de ayer
    • Indeed, many cases go unreported because the victim does not seek help or even report the incident.
    • When there are no cops to report your minor theft to it goes unreported.
    • His death passed largely unreported in Britain; the BBC does not even have a news archive report.
    • How many innocent Muslim deaths will go unreported this time?
    • And we have no idea how many incidents have gone unreported or have been covered up.
    • You have people's deaths going unreported for weeks because other climbers are not wanting to stop and help.
    • That is an alarming insight into the prevalence of unreported crime.
    • But PC Lees stressed that the figures were just the tip of the iceberg with many incidents going unreported.
    • Your stories and your deaths were mostly unreported in the British media.
    • Gardaí said a previously unreported sighting of Mr Moloney in Ennis on Friday night has been confirmed.
    • This bleak picture goes unreported because journalists are rarely seen there.
    • Many of them are dying and their deaths are going unreported.
    • As stated, this is one of the cases that is unreported and unpublished.
    • What he said to the workers went unreported, except in a small local paper that tracked down two of them.
    • Ironically, for someone who had enjoyed such celebrity, her death in 1909 went unreported in the Paris press.
    • For every incident of rape reported, there are thousands that go unreported.
    • This figure does not account for unreported or undiscovered incidents.
    • More go missing and unreported since owners gain little by filing a police report.
    • The high number of accidents, suicides and other non-combat deaths have gone largely unreported in the media.
    • Today domestic violence makes up a quarter of all reported violent crime, although most goes unreported.