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unexplored

adjective uk   /ʌn.ɪkˈsplɔːd/  us   /-ˈsplɔːrd/

unexplored adjective (PLACE)

An unexplored place is one where people have not been to find out what is there: unexplored territory

unexplored adjective (PLAN)

An unexplored plan, idea, or subject is one that has not been examined to find out what it involves: The subject of alternative medical care for older people has been entirely unexplored.
Translations of “unexplored”
in Chinese (Traditional) 地點, 無人涉足的, 未經勘察的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 地点, 无人涉足的, 未经勘察的…
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