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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnon-non- /nɒn $ nɑːn/ prefix  1 NOT[in adjectives, nouns, and adverbs] used to say that someone or something is not a particular thing, or does not do a particular thing non-British visitors a non-smoker (=someone who does not smoke) a nonstop flight (=one in which a plane flies from one place to another without stopping on the way)2 [in nouns] used to refer to a situation where a particular action did not happen or will not happen non-payment of taxes They were very disappointed at his non-appearance (=the fact that he did not go to an event where he was expected).
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non-a nonalcoholic drinkThe book was filled with non-characters.a non-event
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