Definition of 'developed'
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The companionable warmth had already developed to something far deeper. FINAL RESORT (2002)A rift developed between the two men over the Germans ' active bomb programme. THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)Conveniently, he had developed amnesia where that part of his life was concerned. A SONG AT TWILIGHT (2002)
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Translations for 'developed'
British English: developed ADJECTIVE
If you talk about developed countries or the developed world, you mean the countries or the parts of the world that are wealthy and have many industries.
The developed nations have to recognize the growing gap between rich and poor around the world.
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