Meaning of undifferentiated in English:


Pronunciation /ˌʌndɪfəˈrɛnʃɪeɪtɪd/

Translate undifferentiated into Spanish


  • Not different or differentiated.

    ‘by six weeks the sexual glands are as yet undifferentiated between male and female’
    • ‘A primary goal of this work is to identify how undifferentiated stem cells become differentiated.’
    • ‘Is it the erasure of all difference into bland undifferentiated homogeneity?’
    • ‘We defined advanced stage as nodal or metastatic spread and high grade as poorly differentiated, undifferentiated, or anaplastic disease.’
    • ‘It is foolish to speak of a ‘Muslim community’ as if it were undifferentiated and homogeneous.’
    • ‘The space becomes an undifferentiated, uniform material mass separated from life by its surface texture.’
    • ‘It thus involves a selective rejection of those deemed different, a rejection that renders the latter undifferentiated.’
    • ‘But if England was different, it was certainly not set against a single undifferentiated other.’
    • ‘Given that most of Europe is regarded as an undifferentiated mass, however, it is astonishing how little most Americans know or care about the European Union.’
    • ‘Only the edge of the canvas is brightened by colour, while the centre is occupied by a vast expanse of undifferentiated whiteness.’
    • ‘For the most part, they still work, but an unfortunate side effect of this is that they tend to sink into an undifferentiated mass.’
    • ‘No scientific work can ever address the question of how intelligence arose in a universe of undifferentiated matter.’
    • ‘But an undifferentiated attack on all magazine articles that deal with sexuality is unfounded and unhelpful.’
    • ‘This is particularly the case if undifferentiated goods such as cars are shown.’
    • ‘Nomadic space is smooth, without features, undifferentiated from other spaces.’
    • ‘So much a part of life it went undifferentiated, unexamined until gone.’
    • ‘Patients do not arrive at my surgery with diagnoses and neatly typed referral letters; they arrive with often vague and undifferentiated problems.’
    • ‘However, optimization has driven variation into parts of the vehicle that are undifferentiated to the consumer.’
    • ‘The pain is undifferentiated or indescribable as discussed above.’
    • ‘Products were essentially undifferentiated, as we observed when drawing the court's attention to the depiction of them.’
    • ‘First, it deals with the elderly as a single, undifferentiated group.’
    identical, similar, alike, the same, exactly the same, indistinguishable, uniform, twin, undifferentiated, homogeneous, of a piece, cut from the same cloth