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1(of foodstuffs or soil) without additional nutrients added.‘unenriched white flour’
2(of uranium) in the natural state, containing less than one percent U-235 (an unstable, fissionable isotope of uranium ore)
- ‘Seems like SA is only supplying unenriched uranium, which is pretty common in return for cheaper oil.’
- ‘South Africa is selling low grade, unenriched uranium to Iran with the benefit of purchasing cheaper oil.’
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