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non-prefix

us   /nɑn/
used to add the meaning "not" to adjectives and nouns: nonexistent nonflammable nonpartisan
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Translations of “non-”
in Spanish no-, des-, in-…
in Vietnamese không…
in Malaysian tidak, bukan…
in Thai ไม่…
in French non-…
in German nicht-……
in Chinese (Simplified) (与形容词和名词连用)无,不,非…
in Turkish ...sız/siz/suz/süz, ...olmayan/gayri veya ters, aksi manasında ön ek…
in Russian не-, без-…
in Indonesian bukan…
in Chinese (Traditional) (與形容詞和名詞連用)無,不,非…
in Polish nie-…
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