- adj. Without staff, or workers.
- un- + staffed (Wiktionary)
“This would be well and good, if the next stop at Budafoki út wasn't just 300 meters away and unstaffed, meaning that at most, ticketless passengers had to add five minutes to their journey.”
“Oh, yes, and I want to see what happens when someone gets really bored around those unstaffed kiosks.”
“Frankly, though, I think the idea of unstaffed kiosks is stupid.”
“Anyone biking in unfamiliar territory definitely should be wearing a helmet, but I doubt the unstaffed kiosks would carry them, unless they had some kind of expensive vending machine.”
“One other issue concerning a staffed vs unstaffed kiosk is the need for a bike helmet.”
“Workers have gone on strike, leaving supermarket cash registers unstaffed.”
“With the fiscal crises of the mid 1970's, these folks disappeared and parks became unstaffed places rather than facilities.”
“The government also will require medical examinations for air controllers who called in sick en masse and left air-control facilities unstaffed Friday afternoon.”
“The Sudbury crash, in which 21 people were injured, was caused when a sewage tanker collided with a train on an unstaffed crossing.”
“Where most unstaffed weather stations have undergone technology upgrades, consistent use of the sling psychrometer has helped provide scientific precision to the Mount Washington climate record.”
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