Entry from British & World English dictionary
A person who lives in a country but is not legally domiciled in it, in some cases obtaining tax advantages in the country of residence: non-doms would become liable to a flat rate annual levy [as modifier]: people claiming non-dom tax status
More example sentences
- The world of the super-rich non-dom is a truly absorbing place.
- Restrictions on "non doms" would also hit the Tories.
- This has fuelled the repeated questions from critics over whether he was a non-dom.
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