- adj.不安全的; 危险的; 不安稳的;
- 比较级: unsafer;
- 最高级: unsafest;
The water supply is unsafe.
The roof was declared unsafe.
Critics claim the trucks are unsafe.
They suffered long hours, unsafe working conditions and skimpy pay.
So many things are unsafe these days—milk, cranberry sauce, what have you.
Many school buildings are unsafe, and some are falling apart.
Dangerous undertows make swimming unsafe along most of the coastline.
In Britain the Consumer Protection Act makes it a criminal offence to sell goods that are unsafe.
She was also warned it was unsafe to run early in the morning in the neighbourhood.
Discharge of raw sewage into the sea is unsanitary and unsafe.
An appeal court decided their convictions were unsafe.
In the larger neighbourhood, I felt very unsafe.
You should not have sold the car in that unsafe condition ; sooner or later your misdeeds will come home to roost.
The ice on that pond is unsafe for skating.
The house is unsafe since the foundations were undermined by floods.
The old bridge is unsafe, It'should be condemned.
Your tire is bald and unsafe.
Dangerous structure, this bridge is unsafe.
The earthquake weakened the building and made it unsafe.
A clampdown on unproven and potentially unsafe stem cell research is being called an expert group.
Unsafe code is not verifiable by the common language runtime.
Seepage prevention and reinforcement for unsafe reservoirs.
The Chinese government has known that many schools, especially in rural areas, are unsafe.
Untrained teachers could be less likely to recognize unsafe conditions.
Human cloning is unsafe.
Stay away from big packs that take over the road and are unsafe.
Kuletski describes the atmosphere among patients as " calm and relaxed " despite the " appallingly unsafe conditions. "
库勒斯基形容患者间的气氛,尽管 “ 不安全状况令人吃惊. ”,但是 “ 平静而悠闲 ”.
Intelligent Security Alarm System: One but unsafe incidents, can be manual or automatic alarm.
智能安防报警系统: 一但有不安全的事件发生, 就可进行人工或自动报警.
The US has already lost more than a third of the native languages that existed before European colonisation, and the remaining 192 are classed by UNESCO as ranging between unsafe and extinct.
Workers have the legal rights to refuse certain unsafe work assignments under two federal laws: the Occupational Safety and Health Act and the National Labor Relations Act.
In any unsafe situation, simply press the button and a highly-trained agent will get you the help you need.
2018年高考英语北京卷 单项填空 原文
Warnings from the UK government against unsafe websites.
2016年高考英语上海卷 阅读理解 阅读C 选项收起真题例句
1. lacking in security or safety;
"his fortune was increasingly insecure"
"an insecure future"
2. involving or causing danger or risk; liable to hurt or harm;
"a dangerous criminal"
"a dangerous bridge"
"unemployment reached dangerous proportions"
3. not safe from attack