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non-durable goodsnoun [plural]

(also nondurable goods) uk   us   (also non-durables, also consumer non-durables)
ECONOMICS, COMMERCE goods that do not last for a ​longtime and that ​peoplebuy often: Job ​prospectslook best in non-durable ​goodsmanufacturing and ​wholesale and ​retailtrade. There was ​strongerdemand for both ​durableproducts like ​airplanes and for nondurables such as ​food and ​paperproducts.
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