unadapted


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unadapted

(ˌʌnəˈdæptɪd)
adj
1. not having changed in accordance with altered circumstances
2. not having been changed to suit a different purpose
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unadapted - not changed in form or character for a purposeunadapted - not changed in form or character for a purpose
unmodified - not changed in form or character
2.unadapted - not having adapted to new conditionsunadapted - not having adapted to new conditions; "several unadjusted refugees"
maladjusted - poorly adjusted to demands and stresses of daily living; "a maladjusted child"
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unadapted

[ˈʌnəˈdæptɪd] ADJinadaptado

unadapted

adj version of novel etcunadaptiert; in the unadapted versionin der Originalversion
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Withdrawal latency stimulated by nociception and cutaneous stimulation are functionally unadapted in neonatal rats (Miranda et al., 2006).
Davie has already become the first amputee driver to race against able-bodied contestants in an unadapted car.
Either he remains what he was [prior to the disruptive technological development], in which case he becomes more and more unadapted, neurotic, and insufficient, loses his possibilities of subsistence, and is at last tossed on the social rubbish heap, whatever his talents may be; or he adapts himself to the new sociological organism, which becomes his world, and he becomes unable to live except in a mass society....
The technique developed in this paper adapts the model conservatively by forcing the output vector estimated from the adapted model to be close to that from the unadapted model.
If a vertical line is then viewed, the neuron that responds maximally to this orientation in its unadapted state continues to show reduced firing activity (Figure 4e, neuron C), and thus its neighbouring neuron shows a relatively greater response (Figure 4e, neuron B).
[2,3] These physiological changes if unadapted over a period of time may lead to various complications such as cardiovascular diseases and hypertension.
In only two instances--stem scar tissue of light red to red round tomatoes stored at 12 C for 10 days and pulp tissue of round tomatoes stored at 12 C for three days--did the type of cell (acid-adapted compared with unadapted) in the inoculum result in significant differences in the growth behavior of Salmonella.
Particularly in arid and semi-arid environments, salt stress, due to the use of waters with lower chemical quality, associated with high luminosity, can constitute a combination of stress factors and compromise the yield of unadapted crops, notably [C.sub.3] species (Freitas et al., 2014).
Since the second half of 1983, when Cujo, The Dead Zone and Christine rolled into theatres, one after another, it's been unofficial Hollywood writ that no Stephen King novel, novella or short story shall go unadapted for film or television.
Thereby, we can explain the integration in the masculine gender of inanimate Anglicisms already adapted to Spanish (el corner, el escaner, el folder, el laser, el poster, el ziper), but also of unadapted Anglicisms that we encountered in print media with this ending: el banner, el container, el cluster, el cutter, el driver, el freezer, el roller, el sprinter, etc.
Life is a struggle for parents Claire and Paul as they are needed to do everything for their children while living in an unadapted home.