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nonresidential

Syllabification: non·res·i·den·tial
Pronunciation: /ˌnänrezəˈden(t)SHəl
 
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Definition of nonresidential in English:

adjective

1Not requiring or providing facilities for people to live on the premises: two-day nonresidential workshops
More example sentences
  • Students can avail of the colleges' residential facilities or can pursue the courses on a non-residential basis.
  • Private investment constitutes investments by business and non-profit organisations in infrastructure, non-residential and residential buildings and equipment.
  • Together, they went on to buy the Mercy Convent in Stradbally, and converted it into a gardening school with residential and non-residential courses, known as Carrigahilla House and Gardens.
1.1(Of property or land) containing or suitable for commercial premises rather than private houses.
Example sentences
  • The increase in stamp duty to 9 per cent on non-residential property will weigh against investing in the Irish commercial property market.
  • All that the civic body could do so far is to issue notices to the software firms asking them to pay property taxes applicable to non-residential properties.
  • I would have exempted non-residential property from the stamp duty hike.

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