nonprogram

adjective non·pro·gram \ ˌnän-ˈprō-ˌgram , -grəm \

Definition of nonprogram

: not of, relating to, or part of a program (such as a government or television program)
  • Clutter is television jargon for nonprogram material like commercials …
  • —James MacGregor

First Known Use of nonprogram

1912


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