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non-existent

adjective uk   /ˌnɒn.ɪɡˈzɪs.tənt/ us    /ˌnɑːn-/
C1 Something that is non-existent does not exist or is not present in a particular place: Insurance payment for alternative healthcare is virtually non-existent.
Translations of “non-existent”
in Korean 논픽션의 (허구가 아닌)…
in Arabic غَير مَوجود…
in French inexistant…
in Turkish yok, var olmayan, gayri mevcut…
in Italian inesistente…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不存在的…
in Russian несуществующий…
in Polish żaden, równy zeru, nieistniejący…
in Spanish inexistente…
in Portuguese inexistente…
in German nicht existierend…
in Catalan inexistent…
in Japanese 存在しない, あり得ない…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不存在的…
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