unexploited


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un·ex·ploit·ed

 (ŭn′ĭk-sploi′tĭd)
adj.
Not exploited or developed.
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unexploited

(ˌʌnɪksˈplɔɪtɪd)
adj
(of resources) not being used effectively: rich with unexploited minerals.
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Adj.1.unexploited - undeveloped or unused; "vast unexploited (or undeveloped) natural resources"; "taxes on undeveloped lots are low"
exploited - developed or used to greatest advantage
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Translations

unexploited

[ˈʌnɪksˈplɔɪtɪd] ADJinexplotado, sin explotar
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unexploited

adj resourcesungenutzt; market(noch) nicht erschlossen; talent alsobrachliegend attr; minerals alsounausgebeutet
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As part of the agreement, Basilea will apply Forge's proprietary BLACKSMITH platform to develop potent and selective inhibitors against two historically difficult-to-drug, unexploited antibiotic targets.
Furthermore, she pointed out that one of the unexploited assets suggested to become part of the fund are the lands affiliated to the Library of Alexandria.
What is pivotal to note here is the fact that with no support from the higher-ups or the government these individuals are making strides on their own in areas left unexplored and unexploited for long.
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Regions of rotating exploitation in succession were defined within the areas, represented by the following treatments: T1- Area unexploited for six months; T2 - Area unexploited for 2-3 years; T3 - Area unexploited for 5-6 years; T4 - Area unexploited for 10-11 years; and the Control, represented by an area of legal reserve (unexploited).