Definition of noncompliance in English:

noncompliance

Syllabification: non·com·pli·ance
Pronunciation: /ˌnänkəmˈplīəns
 
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noun

1Failure to act in accordance with a wish or command.
More example sentences
  • These will include points for offences such as running a red light, poor lane discipline and non-compliance with stop and yield signs.
  • The Labour leader also called for a significant increase in penalties for non-compliance with employment legislation.
  • Third, there is no rule of law that can make penalties for non-compliance by countries binding if some countries decide to withdraw.
1.1Failure to conform to rules or standards.

Derivatives

noncompliant

adjective
More example sentences
  • The United Nations Security Council resolution does not include an option for an opposed boarding or a non-compliant boarding.
  • The netroots can also bring the force of sheer numbers to bear on a non-compliant politician, reporter, or media outlet.
  • A facility owner will still have the option to file a negligence claim against the architect of a noncompliant facility.

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