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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “untreated”

untreated

adjective
 
 
/ʌnˈtriː.tɪd/ US  /-t̬ɪd/
describes a substance that is not cleaned and has not had special substances added to protect it or make it safe to use
(物質)未經處理的
untreated water/sewage/waste
未經處理的水/污水/廢棄物
untreated timber
未經防護處理的木材
Dirty and untidy
describes illnesses, injuries, people or animals that do not receive medical treatment
未經治療的
untreated illness/disease/depression
未治療的疾病/抑鬱症
It is a form of anaemia which is nearly always fatal if left untreated.
這是一種貧血病,如果不進行治療的話會有生命危險。
Disease and illness - general words
(Definition of untreated from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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