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- adj. Not functional; useless; broken.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not having or performing a function.
- adj. Not performing or able to perform its regular function.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not performing or able to perform its regular function
- adj. not having or performing a function
Symbolism, on the other hand, refers to the nonfunctional experiential aspects of the space.
What I'm more interested in is the term "nonfunctional" that Fitzgerald wields against Lethem's writing.
USBDeview lets you see and edit the USB device list, which can kick start a USB device from "nonfunctional" to "working" with just a few clicks.
Calling the SEC "nonfunctional" and harmful to the reputation of the U.S. as a global financial leader, Markopolos recommended ways to revamp the agency, including replacing its senior staff and establishing a central office to receive complaints from whistleblowers.
"nonfunctional" and harmful to the reputation of the U.S. as a global financial leader.
The [www. utorrentmui.com] website appears to be nonfunctional. ssvarc drjayphd
In a few cases of retinoblastoma, these genes are either missing or nonfunctional.
In some cases, when one gene has a mutation and is nonfunctional, the second copy of the gene can compensate.
With so many calls to eliminate the nonfunctional, it was a surprise to hear that students in the 11th grade will leave in just a week for "the school in the countryside."
Which sounds silly - except if you know, like my concert buddies did, that I have been alternately nonfunctional and borderline-nonfunctional for the past almost-six years.