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Meanings of Nonlanguage:

adjective

Not relating to speaking or learning a language

Usage examples:

Many of our students choose to study one language and one non-language subject., tests of language …

Meanings of Nonlawyer:

noun

A person who is not a lawyer

Usage examples:

She was the only non-lawyer on the eight-member panel., as a nonlawyer, he will rely on expert lega…

Nonleaded

ˌnɒnˈled.ɪd

Meanings of Nonleaded:

adjective

Of petrol: = "unleaded".

Nonlegal

ˌnɒnˈliː.ɡəl

Meanings of Nonlegal:

adjective

Not working or trained in the law

Usage examples:

The workshop is aimed at both a legal and non-legal audience., barristers and solicitors have stric…

Nonlegume

ˌnɒnˈleɡ.juːm

Meanings of Nonlegume:

noun

A plant that is not a legume (= a plant such as a bean or pea, that has its seeds in a pod)

Usage examples:

Rotating legumes and non-legumes will help to sustain the nutrients in the soil and keep it fertile…

Nonleguminous

ˌnɒn.ləˈɡjuː.mɪ.nəs

Meanings of Nonleguminous:

adjective

Related to a plant that is not a legume and does not have its seeds in a pod

Usage examples:

Non-leguminous crops such as cereals, nitrogen is usually the main limiting factor for yield in non…

Nonlethal

ˌnɒnˈliː.θəl

Meanings of Nonlethal:

adjective

Not able or likely to cause death

Usage examples:

The department armed its officers with nonlethal weapons., he was struck by a round of non-lethal a…

Meanings of Nonlife:

noun

The absence or cessation of life or existence.

Usage examples:

The emergence of life from non-life

Nonlineal

ˌnɒnˈlɪn.i.əl

Meanings of Nonlineal:

adjective

Not relating to the members of a person's family who are directly related to them; not relating to a person's children, their parents, or their parents' parents

Usage examples:

Single people are more vulnerable in old age as few people are willing to take care of non-lineal r…

Nonlinear

ˌnɒnˈlɪn.i.ər

Meanings of Nonlinear:

adjective

Not arranged in a straight line.

Nonlinguistic

ˌnɒn.lɪŋˈɡwɪs.tɪk

Meanings of Nonlinguistic:

adjective

Not relating to or involving words or language

Usage examples:

Non-linguistic elements in conversation include sounds, gestures and facial expressions., she has r…

Meanings of Nonliquid:

adjective

Not consisting of money or something that can be bought or sold for money easily

Usage examples:

They offer flat-fee services to clients whose wealth is tied up in non-liquid assets, such as a bus…

Nonliteral

ˌnɒnˈlɪt.ər.əl

Meanings of Nonliteral:

adjective

Not using or taking words in their usual or most basic sense.

Usage examples:

Young children and foreigners may not at first understand these non-literal meanings

Nonliterary

ˌnɒnˈlɪt.ər.ər.i

Meanings of Nonliterary:

adjective

(of a piece or style of writing) not literary in character.

Usage examples:

I began this chapter by noting that literary theory in the 1980s and 1990s has not focused on the d…

Meanings of Nonliterate:

adjective

Unable to read or write.

Usage examples:

Non-literate cultures

Meanings of Nonliving:

adjective

Not alive or having life

Usage examples:

In tree bark, older tissue is pushed outward, forming a thick coat of non-living cells., plants obv…

Nonlocal

ˌnɒnˈləʊ.kəl

Meanings of Nonlocal:

adjective

Not found within, coming from, or relating to a small area, especially of a country

Usage examples:

Non-local attendees to the arts festival spend significantly more than local attendees, according t…

Nonlogical

ˌnɒnˈlɒdʒ.ɪ.kəl

Meanings of Nonlogical:

adjective

Not derived from or according to the rules of logic or formal argument (less forceful in meaning than illogical ).

Usage examples:

Intuitive non-logical thinking

Nonluminous

ˌnɒnˈluː.mɪ.nəs

Meanings of Nonluminous:

adjective

Not producing or reflecting bright light

Usage examples:

A planet is a nonluminous body gravitationally bound to the sun or a star., if we place a wire-gauz…

Nonmagnetic

ˌnɒn.mæɡˈnet.ɪk

Meanings of Nonmagnetic:

adjective

(of a substance) not magnetic.

Usage examples:

Computer hard drives and other advanced devices depend on layered stacks of magnetic and non-magnet…

Meanings of Nonmalignant:

adjective

(of a tumour) benign; not cancerous.

Usage examples:

They will find that ‘cancer’ does not include many kinds of non-malignant tumour.

Nonmalleable

ˌnɒnˈmæl.i.ə.bəl

Meanings of Nonmalleable:

adjective

Not able to be easily changed into a new shape or made to do something different from what is usual

Usage examples:

Cast iron is non-malleable at room temperature, while wrought iron can be shaped at room temperatur…

Nonmammalian

ˌnɒn.məˈmeɪ.li.ən

Meanings of Nonmammalian:

adjective

Not relating to, belonging to, or being a mammal

Usage examples:

Non-mammalian vertebrates include fish, birds, amphibians, and reptiles., soya beans are an importa…

Nonmanagement

ˌnɒnˈmæn.ɪdʒ.mənt

Meanings of Nonmanagement:

adjective

Not relating to, being, or belonging to the people who are in charge of a business, organization, etc.

Usage examples:

The measure made it easier for non-management employees to be fired for poor performance., after ta…

Meanings of Nonmandatory:

adjective

Not required by law or mandate; voluntary.

Usage examples:

The company has a non-mandatory pension scheme

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