non-member


non-member
noun
Non-member is used before these nouns: ↑country

Collocations dictionary. 2013.

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  • non-member — n someone who is not a member of a particular club or organization ▪ The price will be £30 for members, £33 for non members. non member of ▪ non members of the Labour Party non member state/country ▪ imports from non member countries …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • non-member — (n.) 1640s, from NON (Cf. non ) + MEMBER (Cf. member) …   Etymology dictionary

  • non-member — non members N COUNT: usu pl Non members of a club or organization are people who are not members of it. The scheme is also open to non members... Spain imposed levies on farm imports from non member states. Syn: guest Ant: member (in AM, also use …   English dictionary

  • non-member — ► NOUN ▪ a person, country, etc. that is not a member of a particular organization …   English terms dictionary

  • non-member — UK US noun [C] (also nonmember) ► a person or organization that has not officially joined a particular group: »The club s function room can be hired by non members for €100 …   Financial and business terms

  • non-member — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms non member : singular non member plural non members someone who does not belong to a group or organization Imports from non member nations will be cut …   English dictionary

  • non-member — /nɒn ˈmɛmbə/ (say non membuh) noun a person who is not a member of a club or organisation: members of the society have more benefits than non members. Also, nonmember …   Australian English dictionary

  • non-member — noun a person, country, etc. that is not a member of a particular organization. Derivatives non membership noun …   English new terms dictionary

  • non-member — n. a person who is not a member (of a particular association, club, etc.). Derivatives: non membership n …   Useful english dictionary

  • non-member — noun Someone who is not a member (of a club, institution, etc.) …   Wiktionary


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