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raw

1. (of the skin, a wound, etc.) having the surface exposed or abraded, esp painfully
2. (of spirits) undiluted
3. (of the weather) harshly cold and damp

raw

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(meteorology)
Colloquially descriptive of uncomfortably cold weather, usually meaning cold and damp, but sometimes cold and windy.

raw

(1) See raw data, RAW image format and native capacity.

(2) Untouched. Original. Contrast with "processed" or "cooked."
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