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developed

adjective uk   /dɪˈvel.əpt/ us  
B2 advanced or powerful: Sharks have a highly developed sense of smell. less developed nations
Translations of “developed”
in Korean 발달한, 선진의…
in Arabic مُتقدّم…
in Portuguese desenvolvido…
in Catalan desenvolupat…
in Japanese (国が)先進の…
in Italian sviluppato…
in Chinese (Traditional) 高級的,發達的, 強大的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 高级的,发达的, 强大的…
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