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de·vel·oped

 (dĭ-vĕl′əpt)
adj.
Advanced in industrial capability, technological sophistication, and economic productivity: traveled through the least developed areas of the world.

developed

(dɪˈvɛləpt)
adj
(Building) (of land) having been made more profitable, by building houses or factories or by improving the existing buildings
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.developed - being changed over time so as to be e.g. stronger or more complete or more useful; "the developed qualities of the Hellenic outlook"; "they have very small limbs with only two fully developed toes on each"
undeveloped - not developed; "courses in interior design were rare and undeveloped"; "undeveloped social awareness"
2.developed - (used of societies) having high industrial development; "developed countries"
industrial - having highly developed industries; "the industrial revolution"; "an industrial nation"
3.developed - (of real estate) made more useful and profitable as by building or laying out roads; "condominiums were built on the developed site"
improved - made more desirable or valuable or profitable; especially made ready for use or marketing; "new houses are springing up on an improved tract of land near the river"; "an improved breed"

developed

adjective
Having reached full growth and development:
Idiom: of age.
Translations
razvit

developed

[dɪˈveləpt] ADJ [country, world] → desarrollado; [sense of humour, justice etc] → profundo

developed

[dɪˈvɛləpt] adj
[body, faculty] → développé(e)
well developed → bien développé(e)
a highly developed sense of sth → un sens aigu(ë) de qch
[industry, sector] → développé(e)
[land] → aménagé(e)
[country, nation] → développé(e)
the developed world → les pays développés

developed

a. desarrollado-a; revelado-a, manifestado-a.
References in classic literature ?
This suited the young lady better than twilight confidences, tender pressures of the hand, and eloquent glances of the eye, for with Jo, brain developed earlier than heart, and she preferred imaginary heroes to real ones, because when tired of them, the former could be shut up in the tin kitchen till called for, and the latter were less manageable.
From one activity to another had Tom Swift gone, now constructing some important invention for himself, as among others, when he made the photo-telephone, or developed a great searchlight which he presented to the Government for use in detecting smugglers on the border.
What he has developed into, SINCE he left us--" he shrugged his shoulders.
But we must betray Hepzibah's secret, and confess that the native timorousness of her character even now developed itself in a quick tremor, which, to her own perception, set each of her joints at variance with its fellows.
Nature -- except it were human nature -- the nature that is developed in earth and sky, was, in one sense, hidden from me; and all the imaginative delight wherewith it had been spiritualized passed away out of my mind.
The magnetic energy, as developed in the mariner's needle, is, as all know, essentially one with the electricity beheld in heaven; hence it is not to be much marvelled at, that such things should be.
When that personage had developed a will of his own in the matter, Marija had flung up the window of the carriage, and, leaning out, proceeded to tell him her opinion of him, first in Lithuanian, which he did not understand, and then in Polish, which he did.
Our friend Tom, in his own simple musings, often compared his more fortunate lot, in the bondage into which he was cast, with that of Joseph in Egypt; and, in fact, as time went on, and he developed more and more under the eye of his master, the strength of the parallel increased.
The pines have developed their delicate blossoms on the highest twigs of the wood every summer for ages, as well over the heads of Nature's red children as of her white ones; yet scarcely a farmer or hunter in the land has ever seen them.
I excused myself for the present; I said it would take me three or four years yet to get things well fixed up and going smoothly; then I should be ready; all the chances were that at the end of that time Sir Sagramor would still be out grailing, so no valuable time would be lost by the postponement; I should then have been in office six or seven years, and I believed my system and machinery would be so well developed that I could take a holiday without its working any harm.
The King's interest rose higher and higher; it developed into enthusiasm.
As a result of this method Hannah, who could only have been developed by forces applied from without, was painstaking, humdrum, and limited; while Rebecca, who apparently needed nothing but space to develop in, and a knowledge of terms in which to express herself, grew and grew and grew, always from within outward.