undesired in English
The ratchet 20 serves to prevent turning the body of the pump in the other, undesired direction.
Nonetheless, this sets an undesired precedent.
Other amendments, however, are liable to bring about undesired results.
The European Union should use a balanced strategy to resist an undesired political scenario of this kind in Minsk.
Marriage is for women the commonest mode of livelihood, and the total amount of undesired sex endured by women is probably greater in marriage than in prostitution.
Past experiences have sufficiently shown that early retirement schemes and voluntary redundancy schemes often have an undesired effect.
In this case, this may be justified. Nonetheless, this sets an undesired precedent.
The drafting of the article "exceptional expenses in case of crisis” is also much appreciated: we can never be too prepared for such undesired events.
Those vaccines may lead to undesired circulation of the vaccine virus in unvaccinated animals.
The 'generation check' is intended, firstly, to introduce a statutory impact assessment of the desired effects and the undesired side-effects in connection with the burdening of the generations.
not desired: unwanted, unsought