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undiversified

Line breaks: un|di¦ver¦si|fied
Pronunciation: /ʌndʌɪˈvəːsɪfʌɪd
 
, ʌndɪ-
 
/

Definition of undiversified in English:

adjective

Not enlarged or varied in range or field of operation: agriculture dominated an undiversified economy
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  • The American Depression worsened when banking panics swept undiversified and overextended rural banks and the Federal Reserve failed to intervene.
  • Wherever financial markets are absent or repressed, savings go unused, productive economic opportunities go unrealised and risks go undiversified.
  • While the upper classes enjoyed a varied diet including substantial amounts of meat, the masses ate an undiversified diet, primarily of cereals.

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