Definition of unconverted in English:

unconverted

Line breaks: un|con¦vert¦ed
Pronunciation: /ʌnkənˈvəːtɪd
 
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adjective

1(Of a building) not adapted to a different use: good, unconverted barns in his area sell for about £75,000
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  • Can an estate agent include an unconverted garage or attic in the total square footage?
  • There are still a load of barns on each hillside, unconverted, relatively well maintained.
  • Bradford supermarket giant Morrisons today warned annual profits would be substantially below expectations as trading flagged at unconverted Safeway stores.
2Not having adopted a different religion, belief, or practice: unconverted pagans
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  • Even when he leaves us unconverted, he leaves us confused.
  • Like them or not - and I came away unconverted - rowies subvert the appalling global food culture with a deeply satisfying disregard for the attempt to please all the people all the time.
  • With a new band, the unconverted audience needs to believe that the guys up on stage are having the time of their life, working in a perfect symbiotic union of sound to express themselves the only way they know how.
3 Rugby (Of a try) not followed by a successful kick at goal: Moore went on to score an unconverted try
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  • In the first half of extra time Eagles kept up the pressure and were rewarded with a penalty goal and an unconverted try to give them the lead for the first time in the game.
  • Lions' Lee Patterson then claimed an unconverted try, followed shortly afterwards by an Ian Sinfield four-pointer, and with Watson adding the goal points the Lions had a ten point cushion.
  • This was quickly followed by an unconverted try for Newbury full-back Czertak, which extended the lead to 21-3.

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