Definition of unshaded in English:

unshaded

Line breaks: un|shaded
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈʃeɪdɪd
 
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adjective

1(Of a light bulb or lamp) not having a shade or cover: the single unshaded bulb dangled from the ceiling
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  • I remember visiting him with George when he was Professor of English at Sheffield and was living in a decrepit basement flat, with unshaded electric light bulbs and no bathroom, only a stone sink.
  • Figures 1-5 show measurements obtained from unshaded, uncovered bulbs.
  • A single unshaded bulb, radiating a light she could not see.
1.1Not screened from direct light: those streets are largely unshaded
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  • The use of white reflective paper resulted in similar leaf temperatures in direct sunlight of the shaded and unshaded leaves, which was about 4°C above air temperature.
  • The basal 5.5 cm of submerged stem were unshaded and the plant was exposed to north light from the laboratory window.
  • The north facade, which will receive minimal direct solar heat gain, has unshaded glazing.
2(Of an area of a diagram) not shaded with pencil lines or a block of colour: the unshaded portion of diagram 5.4
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  • Boundaries between shaded and unshaded areas represent breakpoints.
  • The small, delicately outlined figures grouped together in large, unshaded expanses of background space and the subtle colouring create a pleasing sense of lightness and formal balance, but the air of decadence is inescapable.
  • The shaded and unshaded rectangles indicate the two inferred recombination blocks in each clade, designated numerically as blocks 1 and 2.

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