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un|col|lect|ed
un|col|lect|ed «UHN kuh LEHK tihd», adjective.
1. not collected; not brought to one place; not received: »

uncollected taxes, uncollected mail, debts uncollected.

2. Figurative. not having one's thoughts collected; not having control of one's mental faculties; not recovered from confusion, distraction, or wandering.

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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