Translation of unexplored in Spanish:


inexplorado, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌənəkˈsplɔrd/ /ʌnɪkˈsplɔːd/ /ʌnɛkˈsplɔːd/

Definition of inexplorado in Spanish


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    (territory) inexplorado
    (possibility/option) aún no explorado
    (possibility/option) aún no estudiado
    • The great outdoors of the Japanese Alps is there to greet you with spectacular views and some still unexplored areas.
    • Antarctica is one of the great unexplored areas of the world.
    • There were other rooms down there, sleeping quarters, a kitchen, a lounge type room, and a many other unexplored areas.
    • Still, you don't have to search out the dirt tracks to find unexplored country.
    • His Antarctic flights were to fly over unexplored areas also.
    • Mayer and his group are currently mapping unexplored areas of the Arctic.
    • At the same time, keeping your units grouped will prevent you from finding quests and items in the unexplored areas of the map.
    • An enormous natural wormhole was detected, leading to an unexplored area of the universe.
    • Space may be the final frontier, but what lurks below the waves is one of the last unexplored areas of the planet.
    • Although most of ours was along small islands and in protected bays, the sites were unexplored.
    • It was only recently discovered that the majority of these wells and caverns are interconnected, and much of this subterranean landscape is still unexplored.
    • Monitoring and attempts to access unexplored sites are ongoing, but new alliances must be made.
    • He is also looking at Mali - an area which is totally unexplored but opening up for the first time.
    • Work-life balance is now regarded as the political equivalent of unexplored Antarctica - virgin territory with huge potential.
    • The area probably also harbours large unexplored oil resources.
    • While poaching had existed prior to this, the areas where tigers lived were unknown and many unexplored.
    • Most excitingly there are a number of areas with huge potential for safaris that remain largely unexplored.
    • European settlers saw Australia as new and unexplored, perfect terrain over which to cast and re-cast the colonial net.
    • There are new areas outside the mansion - also large and unexplored.
    • Large areas, both offshore and onshore Namibia, still remain unexplored to determine the potential of gas and oil reserves.
    • The essays provide a glimpse into the many unexplored themes in Birmingham history.
    • There are many unexplored ways to get a computer user to work faster.
    • However, the details of functional divergence between duplicate genes remain largely unexplored.
    • As a result, themes developed in early chapters are dropped or go unexplored in later ones.
    • This archive was conceived as an organisation that will preserve unexplored areas of experience and expression of women.
    • Transport of inorganic nutrients in relationship to leaf anatomical structure remains, to a large extent, an unexplored area in plant physiology.
    • Zone plate imagery is a fairly unexplored area of photography.
    • Another unexplored area is familial and common environmental factors involved in both asthma and panic.
    • It was hard to choose between his heart and his mind, especially when those areas were vastly unexplored in his case.
    • Our work demands people's best and allows all of us to move ahead into unexplored areas.
    • There's a vast and virtually unexplored area where the two overlap.
    • For Africanist art historians, postal history and the images on stamps are unexplored fields.
    • This is a largely unexplored field, mainly because the size of the mirrors used in infrared space telescopes has so far been limited.
    • For all his efforts at acute self-examination, though, one area remains largely unexplored.
    • Yet for all their efforts, little consensus on this topic has emerged, and many areas remain unexplored.
    • Content lifetime is still a poorly understood and unexplored research area.
    • Yet this is an area that is largely unexplored in the literature on research methods.