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nonrecurring

Syllabification: non·re·cur·ring
Pronunciation: /nänriˈkəriNG
 
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Definition of nonrecurring in English:

adjective

1(Of costs, charges, taxes, etc.) occurring one time only: nonrecurring grants to officers
More example sentences
  • The most common trick was to push ordinary expenses into the category of one-time or nonrecurring costs.
  • In addition, adjustments for nonrecurring items need to be made.
  • Part of the nonrecurring cost may have been financed by loans.
2Not returning or recurring: a nonrecurring illness
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  • In the random condition, the subjects were presented with nonrecurring problems that were always different in the five blocks of trials.
  • The model simulates such morphologies, nevertheless, they are completely random and nonrecurring.
  • Thus the law was passed, to allow fraud investigators to view and identify nonrecurring trends.

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