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untreated

(ʌnˈtriːtɪd)
adj
1. (Medicine) (of an illness, etc) not having been dealt with
2. not having been processed in any way: untreated sewage.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.untreated - not given medical care or treatmentuntreated - not given medical care or treatment; "an untreated disease"; "the untreated wounded lay on makeshift cots"
treated - given medical care or treatment; "a treated cold is usually gone in 14 days; if left untreated it lasts two weeks"
2.untreated - not subjected to chemical or physical treatmentuntreated - not subjected to chemical or physical treatment; "an untreated fabric"
unprocessed - not altered from an original or natural state; "unprocessed commodities"
treated - subjected to a physical (or chemical) treatment or action or agent; "the sludge of treated sewage can be used as fertilizer"; "treated timbers resist rot"; "treated fabrics resist wrinkling"
3.untreated - (of a specimen for study under a microscope) not treated with a reagent or dye
unstained - not stained; "An apron keeps his clothing unstained"
Translations

untreated

[ʌnˈtriːtɪd] ADJ
1. (Med) [patient, injury, illness] → sin tratar
2. (= unprocessed) [sewage, wood, cotton] → no tratado, sin tratar

untreated

[ʌnˈtriːtɪd] adj
[illness] → non traité(e); [injury] → non soigné(e)
to be left untreated [illness] → ne pas être traité(e); [injury] → ne pas être soigné(e)
[sewage, water, waste] → non traité(e)
[wood, cotton, fibres] → non traité(e)

untreated

adjunbehandelt; to be untreated with somethingmit etw nicht behandelt sein

untreated

[ʌnˈtriːtɪd] adj (illness, patient) → non curato/a; (sewage, water) → non depurato/a; (wood) → non trattato/a

untreated

adj no tratado
References in classic literature ?
His wrenched shoulder-blade, untreated and unrested, went from bad to worse, till finally Hal shot him with the big Colt's revolver.
25 in untreated first and second wheats respectively at around GS 31.
The author addresses cooking frugally and states that you can eat untreated grains, mostly wheat, from a feed and seed store.
The benefits of CCA-treated wood for consumers are that the wood may not rot or incur insect damage for several years, in contrast to untreated wood.
In fact, more treated (33 percent) than untreated alcoholics (28 percent) were continuing to abuse alcohol.
A 14-year-old boy travelling from Aspen, Colorado to West Chester, Pennsylvania claims he became sick after security officials at Aspen's Sardy Field Airport made him drink from a bottle of untreated stream water.
An oxygen-barrier coating technology for PET bottles has been improved to provide more than five times the barrier of an untreated bottle.
For this measure, one-hour after transfusion, the performance of treated platelets was similar to that of the untreated platelets.
If pumping stations lose power, they could be forced to discharge untreated waste, causing widespread water pollution.
Severity is defined by the expected amount of health status loss within a specified period from an untreated disease.
Metastasis Score Developed in Untreated Patients Predicts Risk of Metastasis in Tamoxifen[R]-Treated Breast Cancer Patients
Infants born after continuous exposure to selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors or untreated major depression during pregnancy are more likely to be born preterm, with rates exceeding 20% in both groups.