non-voting Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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non-votingadjective [before noun]

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FINANCE, STOCK MARKET used to describe ​companyshares that do not ​allow their ​owners the ​right to ​vote at ​shareholdermeetings: We own 500 ​shares of Class A non-voting ​stock in the ​company. The ​IRSagreed that the ​stock had a ​value of $37 ​pervotingshare and $35 ​per non-voting ​share.
FINANCE, WORKPLACE used to describe a ​member of a company's board of ​directors who does not have the ​right to ​vote: The airline's ​pilotsagreed to a 2% ​paycut in ​return for a non-voting ​boardseat.
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