Definition of nonclassified in English:

nonclassified

Syllabification: non·clas·si·fied
Pronunciation: /nänˈklasəfīd
 
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adjective

(Of information or documents) not designated as officially secret; freely available (tending to be less forceful in meaning than unclassified).
More example sentences
  • In a written statement the Foreign Ministry said that the suggestion that the servicing terminal is abroad was false, and that in any case the satellite channels were used for relaying only non-classified information.
  • Since 1994, non-classified records from MI5 have been released to the National Archives.
  • And he allegedly hacked into more than 90 non-classified U.S. government systems, mostly military, over the past year and a half.

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