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unresolved

(ˌʌnrɪˈzɒlvd)
adj
(of a problem or dispute) not having been solved or concluded
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Adj.1.unresolved - not solvedunresolved - not solved; "many crimes remain unsolved"; "many problems remain unresolved"
2.unresolved - not brought to a conclusionunresolved - not brought to a conclusion; subject to further thought; "an open question"; "our position on this bill is still undecided"; "our lawsuit is still undetermined"
unsettled - still in doubt; "an unsettled issue"; "an unsettled state of mind"
3.unresolved - characterized by musical dissonance; harmonically unresolved
music - an artistic form of auditory communication incorporating instrumental or vocal tones in a structured and continuous manner
inharmonious, unharmonious - not in harmony

unresolved

adjective undecided, unsettled, undetermined, vague, doubtful, pending, unanswered, unsolved, up in the air, moot, open to question, problematical, yet to be decided A territorial dispute with El Salvador remains unresolved.

unresolved

adjective
Marked by lack of firm decision or commitment; of questionable outcome:
Translations

unresolved

[ˈʌnrɪˈzɒlvd] ADJ [problem] → no resuelto, pendiente

unresolved

[ˌʌnrɪˈzɒlvd] adj [problem, question, issue, case] → non résolu(e)

unresolved

adj
difficulty, problemungelöst
(= uncertain) personunschlüssig; he is still unresolved as to what to doer ist sich (dat)noch (darüber) unschlüssig, was er tun soll

unresolved

[ˌʌnrɪˈzɒlvd] adj (frm) (difficulty, problem, issue) → irrisolto/a
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The philosophical conflict between Edgar and Gloucester, and briefly but tellingly between Edgar and Kent, finds a single and unresolvedly conflicted voice in the speaker of "Do not go gentle into that good night.
Unresolvedly double and opposed orders of counting, instead, as standard English meter includes stress and syllable count, as the Roman Censorate often had its two officers, plebeian and patrician, as a voting system might call for a composite of electoral college and popular vote, as the divided vote at the end of the Oresteia enacts, are a first scene of counting that will not disappear, and they touch more closely on what is a more final logic of difference within all enacted counts, beset by their own limits and by other counts, than does prose synthesis.