Definition of undeveloped in English:

undeveloped

Line breaks: un|devel¦oped
Pronunciation: /ʌndɪˈvɛləpt
 
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adjective

1Not having been developed: undeveloped coal reserves
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  • There are substantial undeveloped reserves of oil, coal, and natural gas.
  • Ten years later it was proposed to transform the undeveloped centre into a coal power plant.
  • The vote said that every nation, large and small, developed and undeveloped, had to accept some responsibility.
1.1Not having developed: undeveloped buds and shoots
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  • Most biotech companies are small and have undeveloped or fledgling product lines.
  • The participants then shoot their films and hand back the unedited, undeveloped stock, along with a co-ordinated CD soundtrack.
  • Characters are left half-developed or undeveloped so that as much plot as possible can be crammed into two hours.

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