nonoperational love

Definitions

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  • adjective not associated with operation
  • adjective not operating; not working

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective (military) not involved in military operations

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The engine plant in Poland will also be nonoperational on May 3, a Toyota spokeswoman said.

    Toyota Curbs Some Output in Europe

  • However, the company's earnings were also supported by nonoperational gains, notably higher tax credits and lower interest costs, he added.

    Shell's Net Profit Climbs 6.5%

  • Those pennies would have mattered, considering Verizon reported 52 cents of earnings, ignoring "nonoperational" costs like pensions.

    Old iPhones May Ring Bells at Carriers

  • The remaining half is considered to be mostly unmarketable and most of the disposals will be nonoperational properties, rather than sales and leasebacks.

    European Governments to Ramp Up Property Sales

  • But except for a few test runs, “BZ” was being kept nonoperational until the production constraint – still Godzilla – truly had to be elevated.

    VELOCITY

  • But except for a few test runs, “BZ” was being kept nonoperational until the production constraint – still Godzilla – truly had to be elevated.

    VELOCITY

  • But except for a few test runs, “BZ” was being kept nonoperational until the production constraint – still Godzilla – truly had to be elevated.

    VELOCITY

  • But except for a few test runs, “BZ” was being kept nonoperational until the production constraint – still Godzilla – truly had to be elevated.

    VELOCITY

  • If the door opened, it would hit the striker, and anyone standing within twenty feet of the door would become “nonoperational,” as the army liked to put it.

    The Ark

  • Status of the Disney vessel, from our preliminary observations: all non-radhardened systems nonoperational.

    Jason Stoddard, Strange and Happy » Blog Archive » Eternal Franchise, 16.1 of 31.1

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