noncore

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adjective non·core \ˌnän-ˈkȯr\

Definition of noncore

  1. :  not being a central or foundational part of something : not being or belonging to a core … the noncore content areas of art, music, and physical education … — Bomna Ko … businesses have redrawn their boundaries, making them both tight (as they focus on core competencies) and porous (as they outsource noncore work). — Thomas A. Stewart

1938

First Known Use of noncore

1938


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