- 1Relating to or engaged in a paid occupation that does not require advanced education or training: nonprofessional grades of staffMore example sentences
- On the other hand, non-professional workers value communication, want praise and reward and to work in an open environment where they can discuss grievances and personal problems.
- Some 56 per cent of non-professional drivers said they drank at such dinners before driving.
- I attend a church that has a majority of its members working in non-professional fields.
- 1.1Relating to or engaged in an activity (especially an interest or hobby) that is not a person’s main paid occupation: nonprofessional actorsMore example sentences
- It is a scary experience working with non-professional actors, because there's no technique there.
- The story is then dramatized by non-professional actors, though the nature of the tale changes with the tellers.
- These characters, played by non-professional actors, are not caricatured in any way.
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- A nonprofessional person.More example sentences
- Exorcists can be divided into two categories: professional and non-professionals.
- There's plenty of room for professionals and non-professionals to blog.
- Apparently the entire cast is composed of non-professionals - well, it worked for The Bicycle Thief.
More definitions of nonprofessionalDefinition of nonprofessional in:
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