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non-count

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Definition of non-count in English:

adjective

Grammar
(Of a noun) not countable.
Example sentences
  • To us they seem like non-count nouns for naming types of stuff.
  • Now, vanity is a non-count noun, only very rarely used in the plural.
  • But of course, to enforce it you have to be able to distinguish count from non-count nouns.

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