Definition of non-partisan in English:

non-partisan

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adjective

Not biased or partisan, especially towards any particular political group: senior civil servants are non-partisan and serve ministers loyally irrespective of politics
More example sentences
  • Some bloggers want to be perceived as non-partisan and so might not take money for helping a political party.
  • My own belief in non-partisan politics is not the musing of an idealist, but the tormented cry of a desperate man.
  • Unity is a very strong factor and key to success for any organisation whether a political or a non-partisan entity.

Derivatives

non-partisanship

noun

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