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"non-resident" in British English

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non-residentnoun [C]

uk   /ˌnɒnˈrez.ɪ.dənt/  us   /ˌnɑːn-/
a ​person who is not ​staying or ​living in or at a ​place: The ​hotelbar is ​open to non-residents.
non-resident
adjective uk   us  
During the ​summer the ​town has a ​large non-resident ​population of ​holidaymakers.
(Definition of non-resident from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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non-residentnoun [C]

uk   us   /ˌnɒnˈrezɪdənt/
TAX a ​person who does not ​live permanently in a particular country and who is in a ​specialposition in relation to the ​payment of ​tax: The UK ​incometaxliability of a non-resident is ​subject to an upper ​limit.
a ​person who is not ​staying at or ​living in a ​place, for ​example a ​hotel: The ​hotel wellness ​centre is ​open to non-residents.

non-residentadjective

uk   us   /ˌnɒnˈrezɪdənt/
TAX not ​living permanently in a country, and in a ​specialposition in relation to the ​payment of ​tax: You must be non-resident for five ​taxyears to ​escape UK ​capitalgainstax.
not ​staying at or ​living in a ​place: There are over 20 million non-resident Indians ​living in different ​regions of the ​world. non-resident ​owners of ​vacationproperties
(Definition of non-resident from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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