Definition of nonprofit in English:

nonprofit

Syllabification: non·prof·it
Pronunciation: /ˌnänˈpräfit
 
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adjective

[attributive]
Not making or conducted primarily to make a profit: charities and other nonprofit organizations
More example sentences
  • As a health worker in a non-profit foreign organization she was able to move to New York.
  • They may do it more often, but non-profit public interest organizations do it as well.
  • It appears to me that a brush with failure can be good for public and non-profit institutions.

noun

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A nonprofit organization: I spent the next six years working for small nonprofits
More example sentences
  • At the gathering, Obama praised a New Hampshire nonprofit that helps poor people buy fuel-efficient, reliable cars.
  • About one-third of employees nationwide participate in a traditional or defined benefit pension plan, according to the Employee Benefit Research Institute, a Washington nonprofit.
  • Mr. Soto and others eventually persuaded the city to let them stay, forming a nonprofit that now manages the performances.

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