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non-partyadjective [before noun]

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POLITICS not involving or related to a political party: The government intends to hold non-party elections to the new bodies.
LAW used to describe someone who is not directly involved in a legal agreement or disagreement: Disinterested, non-party trustees will be very important in resolving this matter.
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