Entry from British & World English dictionary
Not engaged in fighting or aggression: a non-fighting unit of the army non-fighting countries
More example sentences
- More annoyingly, he translates this hyperactive camera trickery to non-fighting sequences.
- The non-fighting public has to pay for every military action, after all.
- Every additional non-fighting unit places its own logistic demands, is vulnerable and needs protection, and compounds the problems of mobility.
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