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non-refundableadjective

(also nonrefundable) uk   us  
FINANCE used to describe money that you pay that you cannot get back: non-refundable deposit/fee/down-payment At this point, the purchaser will have to pay a 10% non-refundable cash deposit to the auctioneer.
COMMERCE used to describe something that you cannot return after you have bought it: The check-in desks close 40 minutes prior to departure, so if you're late, you're stuck with a nonrefundable ticket.
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