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undiluted

(ˌʌndaɪˈluːtɪd)
adj
1. not diluted with water or any other liquid: undiluted fruit juice.
2. not moderated or qualified in any way: expressing undiluted pleasure.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.undiluted - not dilutedundiluted - not diluted; "undiluted milk"; "an undiluted racial strain"
dilute, diluted - reduced in strength or concentration or quality or purity; "diluted alcohol"; "a dilute solution"; "dilute acetic acid"

undiluted

adjective
1. Free from extraneous elements:
2. Not diluted or mixed with other substances:
Translations

undiluted

[ˈʌndaɪˈluːtɪd] ADJ
1. (lit) [fruit juice, chemical] → sin diluir, puro
2. (fig) [pleasure, accent] → puro

undiluted

[ˌʌndaɪˈluːtɪd] adj
[liquid, solution] → non dilué(e)
[pleasure, enthusiasm] → sans mélange

undiluted

adjunverdünnt; (fig) truth, version, accentunverfälscht; pleasurerein, voll; enthusiasm, praiseunvermindert

undiluted

[ˌʌndaɪˈluːtɪd] adj (concentrated) → non diluito/a (fig) (bliss, love) → totale, assoluto/a

undiluted

a. no diluido-a, sin diluirse, concentrado-a.
References in classic literature ?
Margaret--you know Margaret--she has all the Presbyterianism undiluted.
Moreover, as if perceiving at last that if he should give undiluted conscientious advice to Pip, he would be leaving him too wide a margin to jump in for the future; Stubb suddenly dropped all advice, and concluded with a peremptory command, Stick to the boat, Pip, or by the Lord, I wont pick you up if you jump; mind that.
Coquenard saw him swallowing this wine undiluted, and sighed deeply.
Though he did not know it, it was the first time that he had experienced, quite undiluted with foreign emotions, the sense of beauty.
From his lips there flowed--not prayer--but a clear and limpid stream of undiluted profanity, and it was all directed at that quietly stubborn piece of unyielding mechanism.
Then the man who was watching her and wondering, knew that this was fear--fear undiluted and naked.
My objections to this, that the present inhabitants of England are mentally fit, and could therefore not have descended from an ancestry of undiluted lunacy he brushes aside with the assertion that insanity is not necessarily hereditary; and that even though it was, in many cases a return to natural conditions from the state of high civilization, which is thought to have induced mental disease in the ancient world, would, after several generations, have thoroughly expunged every trace of the affliction from the brains and nerves of the descendants of the original maniacs.
For my panacea, instead of one of those quack vials of a mixture dipped from Acheron and the Dead Sea, which come out of those long shallow black-schooner looking wagons which we sometimes see made to carry bottles, let me have a draught of undiluted morning air.
Tibby, who preferred his comedy undiluted, slipped from the room.
These he filled two-thirds full with undiluted whisky--"a gentleman's drink?
Wednesday night, at the Orindore dance, was not all undiluted pleasure.
But of the other members of the party, Dudley Pickering was unhappy because he feared that burglars were about to raid the house; Roscoe Sherriff because he feared they were not; Claire because, now that the news of the engagement was out, it seemed to be everybody's aim to leave her alone with Mr Pickering, whose undiluted society tended to pall.