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unpredicted

Line breaks: un|pre¦dict¦ed
Pronunciation: /ʌnprɪˈdɪktɪd
 
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Definition of unpredicted in English:

adjective

(Of an event or result) unforeseen: the unpredicted change of weather
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  • When my mother saw the bamboo fragments, she had to be supported by her servant girls, Yuki and Hone, a result of the unpredicted shock.
  • Installation of the board did not result in any unpredicted occurrences, either mechanically or in terms of software.
  • We've hoped the complexity of science can explain the complexity of organizations and we've asked science for tools to stop the unpredicted events that suddenly destroy lives and futures.

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