Definition of non-participating in English:

non-participating

Line breaks: non-partici¦pat¦ing
Pronunciation: /nɒnpɑːˈtɪsɪpeɪtɪŋ
 
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adjective

1Not taking part in an activity: older people can become non-participating social individuals
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  • As the girls posed, the guys ogled and non-participating girls frowned on those involved.
  • A particularly good game of One Touch would actually attract non-participating spectators.
  • I am not impressed by the policy in international cricket that both umpires must be from a non-participating country.
2(Of an insurance policy) not allowing the holder a share of the profits, typically in the form of a bonus, made by the company.

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