Meaning of undefeated in English:


Pronunciation /ʌndɪˈfiːtɪd/

Translate undefeated into Spanish


  • Not defeated, especially in a battle or other contest.

    ‘the undefeated champion’
    • ‘Stirling County went third after their third successive undefeated game.’
    • ‘After five games without a win, Menston have now gone three undefeated, with two victories and a winning draw.’
    • ‘Thompson remained undefeated in the singles for the third season in a row and was division one individual runner-up to Leake.’
    • ‘City looked well set to make it ten games undefeated after Mark Bower's goal on 34 minutes handed City a deserved lead.’
    • ‘Having slipped to fifth place York now have the daunting task of going the rest of the season undefeated if they are to stay in the title race’
    • ‘He eventually achieved the maximum eight wins, retiring undefeated.’
    • ‘The Premier League newcomers are now undefeated after two matches.’
    • ‘Quite how a boxer with such a poor capacity for absorbing a blow has gone 24 fights undefeated remains a mystery.’
    • ‘We went right through the season undefeated and then lost the last game at home in front of 70,000 people.’
    • ‘Now they have gone four games undefeated and have moved up from the doldrums.’
    • ‘I know from experience the difference a few games undefeated can make to morale in the camp.’
    • ‘Anything between three and six games undefeated would bring us back into the pack.’
    • ‘This was a clean sweep by the Ulster side who remained undefeated in all of their championship matches.’
    • ‘Both teams are undefeated after three rounds and the result of the game will go a long way to showing the state of the competition.’
    • ‘The last team to complete a full season undefeated was Terry Woods' Thistles team of 1992.’
    • ‘They remain undefeated in this year's intermediate league and held off any team that crossed their path.’
    • ‘That was probably the reason why we went undefeated as long as we did.’
    • ‘He has consistently dominated the court all season, going undefeated in all his singles matches.’
    • ‘Recently, a shining star has emerged from the show after going seven weeks straight undefeated.’
    • ‘The U.S. went entirely undefeated in the tournament until the final game against Canada.’
    triumphant, conquering, vanquishing, winning, champion, successful, top, first, second to none