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non-recurringadjective

also nonrecurring uk   us  
FINANCE, ACCOUNTING, ECONOMICS used to describe charges that do not happen regularly: non-recurring charges/expenses/items Profit was $482 million after accounting for non-recurring charges of $305 million. Officials discussed the issue of non-recurring imports, such as the 10 airplanes Malaysia Airlines took delivery on this year.
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