Definition of non-biological in English:

non-biological

Line breaks: non-biologic¦al
Pronunciation: /nɒnbʌɪəˈlɒdʒɪk(ə)l
 
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adjective

1Not involving or derived from biology or living organisms.
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  • How does non-biological evolution differ from biological evolution?
  • Basically, from what I'm gathering from this article, its about how complex biological (and even non-biological systems) spontaneously act in unison.
  • Most importantly, we'll be able to enhance our biological intelligence with non-biological intelligence through intimate connections.
1.1(Of a detergent) not containing enzymes.
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  • Wash your underwear with non-biological washing powder and make sure all the detergent is rinsed out before wearing.
  • Another tip: use a non-biological washing powder and a gentle, neutral pH soap, as both can irritate the skin and cause itching at night.
  • This is the individual product, with its core, secondary, and augmented elements (e.g. a 1 litre bottle of non-biological washing powder).

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