undistributed

distributed

[dih-strib-yoo-tid]
adjective Linguistics.
(in distinctive feature analysis) characterized by relatively extensive contact or constriction between the articulating organs, as the (sh) in show in contrast to the (s) in so.

Origin:
distribute + -ed2

undistributed, adjective
well-distributed, adjective
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undistributed (ˌʌndɪsˈtrɪbjʊtɪd)
 
adj
1.  logic (of a term) referring only to some members of the class designated by the term, as doctors in some doctors are overworked
2.  commerce (of a profit) not paid in dividends to the shareholders of a company but retained to help finance its trading

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distribute
mid-15c., from L. distribut-, pp. stem of distribuere (see distribution). Related: Distributed; distributing.
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