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- adj. not developed or used
- adj. lagging behind others, especially in economic or social matters
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- adj. undeveloped or unused
- adj. not developed
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This may work in undeveloped countries but the first time a USA based CEO gets a poor quality call of which we have all had lots on Skype that box will be relegated to the dustbin.
As I said above, no real surprise – little warming out in undeveloped nature, lots of warming in a large and rapidly growing modern city.
Because well sites are often in undeveloped highlands, these sources are often small trout streams.
The exacerbation of local corruption in undeveloped and lesser developed countries by imperialist powers seeking political and economic influence indirectly or through colonization is a world wide phenomenon and has been for centuries.
He said recently that "Tampakan stands out as one of the world's best near-term undeveloped copper deposits."
Houses were erected adjoining a length of 43,784 lineal feet of roads, leaving 30,766 lineal feet, which for distinction may be called "undeveloped" -- that is, the land adjoining them was not built over.
('a remote and undeveloped area '), from the Tagalog word yo-yo is believed to have originated from the Ilokano word yóyo - imported into English by a Filipino-American, Pedro Flores, who opened the Yo-Yo Manufacturing Company in California in 1928.
I think it's all perfectly wonderful the way you're making use of your 'Hidden Treasure,' as Mr. White tells me you call the undeveloped resources of your farm. "
The public transport network here is relatively undeveloped, which is why most locals chose to share a ride.
We have in this world what are called undeveloped or underdeveloped nations.