Definition of non-exclusive in English:


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Not restricted to the person, group, or area concerned; not exclusive: the broadcaster will buy non-exclusive rights for games from time to time
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  • If they're stocking 10 percent of work from a nonexclusive publisher, they might stock 100 percent of the stock from a publisher with an exclusive contract.
  • While nonexclusive licenses are the best way to spread valuable technologies widely, companies often need exclusive licenses to make a profit.
  • The new nonexclusive deal now expands Sony's reach.



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  • The search engine's insistence on nonexclusivity has given an upper hand to some of its toughest competitors.
  • Nonexclusivity would mean that products once produced would be available for anyone to consume without paying for it.
  • Every Apple fan says non-exclusivity will narrow the market share gap in the US.

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