English version

unarmed

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Military
unarmedun‧armed /ˌʌnˈɑːmd◂ $ -ˈɑːrmd◂/ adjective 🔊 🔊 PMnot carrying any weapons 🔊 the killing of unarmed civiliansunarmed combat (=fighting without weapons)
Examples from the Corpus
unarmedIt was later discovered that the hijacker was unarmed.He will face his next opponent unarmed.They said that he had been ambushed while unarmed and slain by a thrust in the back.Albújar was reported to have been alone and unarmed at the time of the attack.Soldiers killed 17 unarmed civilians.The army allegedly shot dead over 300 unarmed civilians.Though Wallace had no training in unarmed combat, the impression remained that he knew all about karate.Where did it say I couldn't go unarmed if I wanted to?Now just kick the tyres, light the fires and leap off unarmed into battle.Military sources said the unarmed plane split off from another MiG during a training flight east of the Golan Heights.Each of these farms has only about fifty inmates, under very light surveillance by unarmed staff.unarmed combatBoth men, I am assured by your embassy, are trained with weapons and in unarmed combat.In the West the closed fist is considered almost the only effective weapon to be used in unarmed combat.Though Wallace had no training in unarmed combat, the impression remained that he knew all about karate.
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