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unadulterated

Pronunciation: /ˌʌnəˈdʌltəreɪtəd; ˌʌnəˈdʌltəreɪtɪd/

Translation of unadulterated in Spanish:

adjective/adjetivo

  • 1.1 [wine/substance] no adulterado
    Example sentences
    • The society sold wholesome, unadulterated food at reasonable prices to society members.
    • Fresh, pure, unadulterated and whole foods are the best as proven throughout the centuries and verified by modern science.
    • However, one thing it has going for it is that it is a relatively natural and unadulterated food.
    1.2 (as intensifier/como palabra enfática) [nonsense/filth/bliss] auténtico, verdadero
    Example sentences
    • Drink this one for unadulterated fun - it has the perfect name for it.
    • The old ways were the better ways - the pure form, unadulterated by greed and convenience.
    • He probably knows the answer already, since this is a man who reckons 90 minutes watching his team play can be ‘pure, unadulterated stress’.

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