underdevelop

[ US /ˌəndɝdɪˈvɛɫəp/ ]
VERB
  1. process (a film or photographic plate) less than the required time or in an ineffective solution or at an insufficiently high temperature
    These photos are underdeveloped
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How To Use underdevelop In A Sentence

  • We berate those who cross the line and leave the immature and underdeveloped open to the physical abuse of contact and collision sports.
  • The budget should reflect policy priorities of social needs cluster departments as a re-affirmation of government's strategic focus on developing the poor and underdeveloped communities.
  • Even though her storyline - which follows João on the road to stardom, with several stopovers in prison - can seem underdeveloped, Ramos is always charismatic.
  • The bulk cargo handling facilities for our inland harbours are considerably underdeveloped.
  • What's worse, none of these genres is given enough time to develop, resulting in a scattered and underdeveloped plot.
  • Children who live in underdeveloped areas of the world may be prescribed a preventive deworming medication.
  • During walks in the woods, Rusty, whose blindness is caused by underdeveloped retinas, would follow Dugan, staying right at his ear.
  • much poverty can be traced to the underdevelopment of industry
  • Respiratory distress syndrome also known as hyaline membrane disease occurs when the underdeveloped lungs of the premature infant cannot expand and contract as they should with each inspiration. Mothering Twins
  • The underdevelopment of the periphery is a condition of the development of the center.
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