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(of a resource) not yet exploited or used.‘the vast untapped potential of individual women and men’
dormant, quiescent, inactive, unusedView synonyms
- ‘This implies that the potential of this untapped resource has yet to be fully realised.’
- ‘There are 85 million Americans in their forties who represent an untapped market for classic soul.’
- ‘You need look no further than page 38 of this magazine for evidence of this untapped resource's potential.’
- ‘Namibia is a country full of resources and untapped human potential.’
- ‘A bee that manages to jimmy open a mistletoe bud gets first access to an untapped store.’
- ‘Using these search engines is an untapped resource that should not be overlooked.’
- ‘Our trans-Tasman neighbour New Zealand would seem to be a logical and possibly almost untapped market.’
- ‘Zambia has no reason to be poor since the country is endowed with natural resources - still untapped.’
- ‘With the health and fitness market relatively untapped, this leaves room for aggressive growth potential.’
- ‘Until only a few years ago, Sudan's oil reserves represented no more than untapped potential.’
- ‘Aceh is believed to have a huge amount of untapped gas resources.’
- ‘With the arrival of the railroad, the logging industry was able to exploit the region's untapped timber wealth.’
- ‘Behind the uncertainty of the future of the British Grand Prix is motor racing's desire to exploit untapped markets, notably in China.’
- ‘The profession is losing tremendous potential and an untapped market.’
- ‘Some in the private sector have identified water as the last great untapped natural resource to be exploited for profit.’
- ‘The Fool represents the untapped potential in all of us.’
- ‘It is an untapped market potentially worth millions.’
- ‘Academic physics can exploit the untapped resource of its alumnae and alumni in many ways.’
- ‘The Middle East is an untapped resource of potential MTV converts and the US wants in.’
- ‘Bulgaria has many untapped resources that could potentially lead to the success of the country.’
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