unexposed


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unexposed

(ˌʌnɪkˈspəʊzd)
adj
1. not having been exhibited or brought to public notice
2. (Photography) (of a slide, photograph, etc) not having been subjected to the exposure process
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unexposed

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unexposed

[ˈʌnɪksˈpəʊzd] ADJno descubierto (Phot) → inexpuesto

unexposed

adj
(= hidden) villainnicht entlarvt; crimeunaufgedeckt
(Phot) filmunbelichtet

unexposed

[ˌʌnɪksˈpəʊzd] adj (film) → vergine
References in classic literature ?
But whether because stupidity was just what was needed to run such a salon, or because those who were deceived found pleasure in the deception, at any rate it remained unexposed and Helene Bezukhova's reputation as a lovely and clever woman became so firmly established that she could say the emptiest and stupidest things and everybody would go into raptures over every word of hers and look for a profound meaning in it of which she herself had no conception.
A line connected it with the bow, and as it floated low in the water, practically unexposed to the wind, it drifted less rapidly than the boat.
Models were built using the unexposed group of each solvent individually as the reference category.
The unexposed community was selected in an area that was similar in terrain and demographic characteristics and also housed a renewable energy facility: a grid-connected anaerobic digestion plant.
00 "photographic plates and flat film, sensitized, unexposed, of any material; instant print film for flat, sensitized, unexposed (except paper, cardboard or tissue) "(SC 021: 2015- 32354110-3" The film "); Lot 2 - 20.
All comparisons between the exposed and unexposed areas of enamel were performed after the removal of the acid-resistant nail varnish.
The exposed group consisted of 85 granite factory workers and unexposed group consisted of 85 workers in the administrative section.
The study results showed that the young adults who had physical or cognitive effects from their prenatal alcohol exposure had summary math scores that were 10%-11% lower than those in unexposed peers and 3%-4% lower than those in peers who had had childhood disabilities requiring special education.
oil exposed and unexposed were mixed with KBr and pressed into pellets for measurement.
By comparing children who were exposed to paracetamol during pregnancy with unexposed siblings of the same sex, researchers could control for a variety of genetic and environmental factors, in addition to other important factors like infections, fever, use of other medications, alcohol intake and smoking.
And unexposed cohort included the children who received supplementary nutrition on an average for more than 14 days per month over past six months, i.