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English definition of “non-professional”

non-professional

adjective ( also nonprofessional)
 
 
used to describe someone who does something not as their job but because they are interested in it: There are certain indicators that signal an upturn that may not be obvious to non-professional investors.
HR used to describe a job that does not need a high level of training or education: The company gave special bonuses to its nonprofessional staff.
→  Compare unprofessional
(Definition of non-professional from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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