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nonstop

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adjective non·stop \ˈnän-ˈstäp\

Definition of nonstop

  1. :  done, made, or held without a stop :  not easing or letting up

nonstop

adverb

Examples of nonstop in a sentence

  1. <nonstop negotiations in an eleventh-hour attempt to avert a strike>

1902

First Known Use of nonstop

1902

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nonstop

noun non·stop

Definition of nonstop

  1. :  a nonstop airplane flight

1975

First Known Use of nonstop

1975

Other Transportation Terms


NONSTOP Defined for English Language Learners

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nonstop

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adjective non·stop \ˈnän-ˈstäp\

Definition of nonstop for English Language Learners

  • : done or made without stopping

  • : not stopping


NONSTOP Defined for Kids

nonstop

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adverb or adjective non·stop \ˈnän-ˈstäp\

Definition of nonstop for Students

  1. :  without a stop <He talked nonstop.> <It's a nonstop flight.>



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