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non-standard

adjective
 
 
/ˌnɒnˈstændəd/
not of the normal type or size: The keyboard was fitted with a non-standard plug. a non-standard size of paper
HR, WORKPLACE relating to paid work that is not permanent or not done for all the hours of the week that people normally work: Growing numbers have non-standard working arrangements.
Translations of “non-standard”
in Chinese (Traditional) 不尋常的, 非標準的,不規則的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不寻常的, 非标准的,不规则的…
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