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uncondensed Line breaks: un|con¦densed
Pronunciation: /ʌnkənˈdɛnst/

Definition of uncondensed in English:

adjective

1Not changed from a gas or vapour to a liquid: water in gaseous or uncondensed form
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  • This primordial energy is "free" or in an uncondensed state.
  • Fig. 6A shows the fraction of uncondensed DNA in solution.
  • The quantity of uncondensed steam rejected from the cylinder, per pound of steam supplied, is, therefore, 76.531.
2Not shortened or compressed; whole: the uncondensed edition
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  • I referred to my 968-page, 2-pound, 5-ounce "Condensed Materia Medica" (I wonder what the uncondensed edition weighs!)
  • The poems are also insistently personal, at times extended and uncondensed.
  • I just rediscovered an amazing, lengthy (with 21 parts) "uncondensed history" of the station that's located on the KUOI website.

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