Definition of non-rural in English:

non-rural

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adjective

Not in, relating to, or characteristic of the countryside; urban: crime is substantially lower in rural areas than non-rural areas
More example sentences
  • The popular 4-H tractor maintenance program, introduced in the 1940s, was broadened in the 1960s to include small engines in an effort to meet the needs of 4-H'ers in non-rural settings.
  • The U.S. already has 80% of its population living in non-rural areas.
  • The dangers in a rural agenda driven by non-rural people are many.

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