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unexploited

Syllabification: un·ex·ploit·ed
Pronunciation: /ˌənikˈsploitid
 
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Definition of unexploited in English:

adjective

(Of resources) not used to maximum benefit: unexploited reserves of natural gas
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  • In the near term, though, less ice means commercial fishing fleets and the oil, gas, and mining industries can access a bounty of unexploited resources, environmentalists say.
  • Exploratory fishing has located unexploited resources of demersal fish in Yemeni waters, including crimson snapper which is understood to have been well received in European markets.
  • The natural resource has remained relatively untouched, unexploited.

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