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uncaught

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Pronunciation: /ʌnˈkɔːt
 
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Definition of uncaught in English:

adjective

Not caught.
Example sentences
  • A rough analogy: using a net of a x gauge will fail to catch fish of a certain size, but these uncaught ones are not a definite category of fish.
  • The terror suspects were still uncaught.
  • Of the uncaught messages, about 15 were really addressed to me.

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