Undirectly

Related to Undirectly: indirectly

Un`di`rect´ly


adv.1.Indirectly.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Furthermore, other previously mentioned factors are also influenced by corruption may undirectly effect FDI levels by harming business environment for foreign investors, thus leading to lower levels of FDI.
Another simplification strategy found in ELF appears to be "use the negative prefix of your choice": ELFA and VOICE include, among others, disbenefits, discrease, injust, inofficial, intransparency, uncapable, undirectly, unpossible, unrespect and unsecure.