Definitions

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  • noun US A student who is not a major (specialist in one area).

Etymologies

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non- +‎ major

Examples

  • And what about the teams from the nonmajor conferences?

    The Sweet 16 Teams That Face Long Odds

  • And what about the teams from the nonmajor conferences?

    The Sweet 16 Teams That Face Long Odds

  • And what about the teams from the nonmajor conferences?

    The Sweet 16 Teams That Face Long Odds

  • An additional $25 buys a Lifetime Upgrades plan that entitles you to receive free of charge any major version of Postbox that's released; other nonmajor releases are free upgrades.

    A Program That Makes Your Inbox Less Scary

  • We are very selective about what is put into development, and the writers know that the decisionmaking team is small just four or five people, so feedback is swift, much like in an independent or nonmajor studio production company.

    The Movie Business Book, Third Edition

  • We are very selective about what is put into development, and the writers know that the decisionmaking team is small just four or five people, so feedback is swift, much like in an independent or nonmajor studio production company.

    The Movie Business Book, Third Edition

  • We are very selective about what is put into development, and the writers know that the decisionmaking team is small just four or five people, so feedback is swift, much like in an independent or nonmajor studio production company.

    The Movie Business Book, Third Edition

  • We are very selective about what is put into development, and the writers know that the decisionmaking team is small just four or five people, so feedback is swift, much like in an independent or nonmajor studio production company.

    The Movie Business Book, Third Edition

  • Coverage of nonmajor sports is pretty limited, though.

    Wired Top Stories

  • We're happy to teach the service [nonmajor] courses because we know how important critical thinking skills are to the job market.

    post-gazette.com - News

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