Entry from British & World English dictionary
The fact or practice of not being involved with or participating in something: a tradition of non-involvement in political affairs the non-involvement of the traffic department in the planning was cited as a pitfall
More example sentences
- Proponents of the program believe that government non-involvement has advantages.
- A century of almost unbroken British non-involvement in continental Europe, dating from the winding up of the Peninsular War in 1812, was abruptly reversed.
- The campaign was condemned by many as a dangerous departure from the tradition of police non-involvement in politics.
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