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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunaffectedun‧af‧fect‧ed /ˌʌnəˈfektɪd◂/ ●○○ AWL adjective  1 SAMEnot changed or influenced by somethingunaffected by The north remained largely unaffected by the drought.2 NORMALnatural in the way you behave – use this to show approval her easy unaffected mannerunaffectedly adverb
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unaffectedThe rest of the world was in recession, but the Soviet economy remained unaffected.After the 1989 federal minimum-wage increase, they found that Texas fast food restaurants increased employment but prices were unaffected.Deplorable as our child care is, those who make the laws are largely unaffected.Another liked him because he was unaffected but decided he needed more charisma.The real estate market is not unaffected but it is not seriously hampered.Treaties bind consenting parties only, and strangers to any treaty are legally unaffected by it.The Queen's role remains the same, apparently unaffected by the changes and upheavals of recent years.They are unaffected by ultra-violet light and do not become brittle or discolour over time.So during windy days you do better working burrows with entrances unaffected by wind.Ace repressed a shudder, while Howard looked on unaffected, having seen the stones when they first arrived at the university.He sounds completely unaffected in interviews.unaffected bySalmon were unaffected by the poison.
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