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non-official

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Definition of non-official in English:

adjective

Not officially authorized or confirmed: non-official sources a non-official member of the Executive Council
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  • It's a non-official cricket match - no need to apply for the government's approval.
  • For me Berlin is both a city and a non-city, even if it has a very pronounced cultural scene including a non-official underground culture.
  • The committee comprises six senior government officials and 23 non-official members who represent community sectors including green groups, business, and individuals.

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