Definition of undistorted in US English:

undistorted

adjective

  • Not distorted.

    ‘it may be difficult to provide undistorted information’
    • ‘Without any electron beam, back lighting or polarization, the image is sharper, brighter and undistorted from side to side.’
    • ‘Its main purpose is narration, and the dialogue comes through clean and undistorted, so it achieves its aims quite amicably.’
    • ‘A fixed set of transmit-codes are sent between the receiver and the keyboard until the receiver locks in on the first undistorted code it gets.’
    • ‘One of the specimens was preserved relatively uncrushed and undistorted, and at last we had a new look at its structure.’
    • ‘Only undistorted specimens exhibiting the complete set of lenses on their visual surfaces were considered.’
    • ‘Dialogue is clear and undistorted, with no noticeable hiss.’
    • ‘However, undistorted crystals are extremely rare.’
    • ‘Interestingly, if you now look at the final drawing at the proper angle from the edge, it appears undistorted.’
    • ‘Rear speakers are constantly engaged with dialogue sounding undistorted and clear.’
    • ‘Also, many times, measurements of behaviors do not address an undistorted whole picture.’
    • ‘Furthermore, very careful experimentation is required and care must be taken in carrying out all the necessary corrections to obtain undistorted data.’
    • ‘Its major goal is to establish ‘a system of rules dedicated to open, fair and undistorted competition.’’
    • ‘There's a little more strength to the stereo one, particularly during the action sequences, but both provide clear, undistorted sound.’
    • ‘One linkage group contains common undistorted regions between the two maps.’
    • ‘It may be years before we hear the true voices of survivors, undistorted by propaganda or drowned out by accusations that it is propaganda.’
    • ‘Only in three dimensions can waves propagate in an undistorted and reverberation-free fashion.’
    • ‘Reflection records over the main plateau reveal smoothly-layered, undistorted sediments overlying a relatively smooth basement surface.’
    • ‘She is always in the groove of the phrase, which makes her crescendos and decrescendos seamless and undistorted.’
    • ‘Meanwhile a Russian-Italian team found a much stronger cosmic string candidate in the constellation Corvus: a galaxy split into two uncannily similar and completely undistorted images.’
    • ‘This original, undistorted idea of sport as a meaningful, dignified pursuit of physical excellence can be traced back to the ancient Olympics and to the various traditions of martial arts.’
    strict, factual, plain, simple, bare, exact, straightforward, stark
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Pronunciation

undistorted

/ˌəndisˈtôrdəd/