[ UK /ˌʌnɹɪkˈɔːdɪd/ ]
[ US /ˌənɹɪˈkɔɹdɪd/ ]
  1. actually being performed at the time of hearing or viewing
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    a live television program
    live entertainment involves performers actually in the physical presence of a live audience
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How To Use unrecorded In A Sentence

  • This word came from the Basque word esker, and perhaps more noticeably, from the unrecorded Basque derivative ezkerdo. Web Translations » Blog Archive » Anyone for a glass of kalimotxo and a pintxo?
  • What Crystal has identified may not be an unrecorded British-American antonymic idiom, but rather an instance of a speaker's striving to make sense out of the apparently senseless, and succeeding to his own satisfaction, although not to that of the original speaker. VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XIV No 3
  • Claims of illnesses due to pesticide exposure go unrecorded and very little scientific work in this area has been carried out.
  • The death toll may be far higher because many unexplained deaths go unrecorded. Times, Sunday Times
  • Yet, the World Health Organization believes that almost forty percent of all the births go unrecorded.
  • Many died with their experiences unrecorded, the crimes against them unprosecuted, in the brutal camps of northern Siberia.
  • These are all positive moves for the club which have gone practically unrecorded.
  • Two species of limpets, previously unrecorded for the West Point area, have also been found during this study.
  • It was precisely during these remote and largely unrecorded periods that some of the most crucial changes took place.
  • Calls that went unrecorded and unanswered are now being picked up.
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