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"undivided" in British English

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(Definition of undivided from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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undividedadjective

 us   /ˌʌn·dɪˈvɑɪd·ɪd/
existing as a ​whole, not in ​separateparts: an undivided Germany If you give someone, or if someone has, ​your undivided ​attention, you ​stop whatever ​else you are doing and ​listen to that ​person: Just as ​soon as I’ve ​finished this ​letter, I’ll give you my undivided ​attention.
(Definition of undivided from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"undivided" in Business English

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undividedadjective

uk   us   /ˌʌndɪˈvaɪdɪd/
existing as a whole, not in ​separateparts: Trustees are ​holding the ​land for various ​beneficiaries in undivided ​shares.
undivided attention complete ​attention: It is no use giving an ​employee an hour's undivided ​attention if you ignore him or her for the rest of the ​year.
(Definition of undivided from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “undivided”
in Spanish todo, entero…
in Vietnamese không bị chia…
in Malaysian tdk berbelah bagi…
in Thai ด้วยใจจดจ่อ…
in French tout, entier…
in German ungeteilt…
in Chinese (Simplified) 统一的, 未分开的…
in Indonesian sepenuhnya…
in Chinese (Traditional) 統一的, 未分開的…
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