unmet


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un·met

 (ŭn-mĕt′)
adj.
Not satisfied or fulfilled: unmet demands.

unmet

(ʌnˈmɛt)
adj
(of needs, demands, etc)not satisfied
Translations

unmet

[ʌnˈmet] ADJ [needs, demands] → insatisfecho
basic needs that are going unmetnecesidades fpl básicas que no están siendo satisfechas

unmet

adj needsunbefriedigt; demandsunerfüllt; to go unmet (needs)unbefriedigt bleiben; (demands)unerfüllt bleiben
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The highest share of children with unmet needs for dental care was reported in Latvia (7.3%), followed by Portugal (6%), Spain and Romania (both 5.7%).
The highest share of children with unmet needs for dental care was reported in Latvia (7.3 per cent), followed by Portugal (6 per cent), Spain and Romania (both 5.7 per cent).
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