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adjective unsatisfied pronunciation in British English /ʌnˈsætɪsfaɪd/
  1. 1
    if your needs or hopes are unsatisfied, you do not get what you want, or you do not get enough
    go unsatisfied:

    As the war continues, basic needs for many go unsatisfied.

  2. 2
    not happy with what you have or receive, or with something that happens. A more usual word is dissatisfied

    I’m very unsatisfied with the work they did on our house.

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