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undistracted

Syllabification: un·dis·tract·ed
Pronunciation: /ˌəndiˈstraktəd
 
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Definition of undistracted in English:

adjective

Able to concentrate fully on something; not distracted: she was undistracted by the flashing cameras
More example sentences
  • In the midst of crowded environment, his mind is collected and undistracted.
  • For most of us, the development of concentration, of an undistracted quality of mind, takes time.
  • Many airlines of course have reciprocal agreements with others, broadening the chances of a comfortable sit-down or some undistracted work.

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