Definition of unexplored in English:

unexplored

Syllabification: un·ex·plored
Pronunciation: /ˌənəkˈsplôrd
 
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adjective

1(Of a country or area) not investigated or mapped.
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  • The great outdoors of the Japanese Alps is there to greet you with spectacular views and some still unexplored areas.
  • Antarctica is one of the great unexplored areas of the world.
  • There were other rooms down there, sleeping quarters, a kitchen, a lounge type room, and a many other unexplored areas.
1.1Not evaluated or discussed in detail: the research focuses on an unexplored theme in European history
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  • The essays provide a glimpse into the many unexplored themes in Birmingham history.
  • There are many unexplored ways to get a computer user to work faster.
  • However, the details of functional divergence between duplicate genes remain largely unexplored.

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