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Meaning of "non-residential" - Business English Dictionary

non-residential

adjective
 
 
PROPERTY used to describe a building, etc. that is not used for people to live in: Construction of non-residential property such as new office buildings is increasing.
a non-residential course or job is one that you do not live at but which you travel to every day: This is a five-day residential or non-residential course offered at our training centre in London.
(Definition of non-residential from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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