Serving without pay; unsalaried: unpaid research assistants. (adjective)
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Use "unpaid" in a sentence
"NT unpaid household labor • RT economic value of women's work • homemaking • unpaid labor force • valuing children • volunteer work • The term unpaid employment in A Women's Thesaurus is a subdivision of • employment."
"The row heated up this month when Sudan said it was confiscating some of South Sudan's oil exports to make up for what it called unpaid fees."
"Tension rose when Sudan said last month it started seizing southern oil at Port Sudan as compensation for what it called unpaid pipeline transit fees."