Definition of nonofficial in English:

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Pronunciation: /ˌnänəˈfiSHəl/


Not sanctioned or controlled by an authority: mission personnel will limit nonofficial travel
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  • Japan simultaneously severed its ties with Taiwan, replacing its embassy with a nonofficial office.
  • In the face of an almost total void of nonofficial art critics, artists themselves assumed the role of keepers of the discourse.
  • The contract requires prepublication review of nonofficial writings by the government in order to protect sensitive information.

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Syllabification: non·of·fi·cial

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