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  • n. Lack of completion; failure to finish.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. Lack of completion; failure to complete.


from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

non- +‎ completion


  • In fact, few jurisdictions in the country have systems in place to enforce their own sentences when it comes to batterer intervention programs, resulting in a national noncompletion rate of about 50%.

    Jaclyn Friedman: Beyond Punishment: What Really Matters About Chris Brown's Sentence

  • Among Hispanic students, who make up about 70 percent of limited English students, the dropout and noncompletion rates are disturbing.

    The Battle Over English Proficiency | Impact Lab

  • This is useful to the producer, who uses the contract as the basis on which to obtain production financing, and is attractive to the studio because it precludes the risk of cost overages since the pickup payment is a fixed amount and the risk of noncompletion, since that becomes the burden of the completion guarantor.

    The Movie Business Book, Third Edition

  • She told them of all the stages by which the building had reached its present state of noncompletion, and she saw no reason, she said, to apologise for the length of time the building had taken.

    Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine

  • In addition, we are also working in everything related to the stabilization of the workforce, which is one of the most serious problems encountered by agriculture in our province and which has influenced the noncompletion of the harvest plan for this year.

    Castro, PCC Leaders on National Food Program

  • "I've got a contract to fulfill and it's got really harsh noncompletion clauses.

    The Wizard Of Karres


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