English version

undivided

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishundividedun‧di‧vid‧ed /ˌʌndɪˈvaɪdɪd◂/ adjective 🔊 🔊 1 ATTENTION[usually before noun] complete 🔊 I’ll give the matter my undivided attention.2 not separated into smaller parts 🔊 an undivided country
Examples from the Corpus
undividedA man may be looking forward to regaining the undivided attention of his wife.He had given his undivided attention to decorating his house for more than a week.Each has received her undivided attention.Give us, pray, the benefit of your undivided attention.Long, graceful leaves are divided into about twelve spindle-shaped leaflets with undivided margins, and a terminal leaflet.It was total, undivided submission that would permit the building of an egalitarian community.Sovereignty is not an undivided thing.undivided attentionEach has received her undivided attention.Give the telephone conversation your undivided attention.Give us, pray, the benefit of your undivided attention.A man may be looking forward to regaining the undivided attention of his wife.On the upside, I can safely say that I had the undivided attention of the class.He had given his undivided attention to decorating his house for more than a week.Now able to give his undivided attention to Thome, Orosco walked him.
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