Definitions

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  • adjective Not of or pertaining to economic recession.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ recession

Examples

  • A hot product will sell just as well in a recession as it will in a nonrecession . . .

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  • A hot product will sell just as well in a recession as it will in a nonrecession . . .

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  • America's fifty-year average is more than 94 percent, with nonrecession years (the assumption for 2030) near 95 percent.

    The World in 2030

  • America's fifty-year average is more than 94 percent, with nonrecession years (the assumption for 2030) near 95 percent.

    The World in 2030

  • The nonrecession of two decades ago can't be much comfort to Mr. Bernanke, who is now chairman of the Federal Reserve.

    A Basic Lesson in Finance

  • The best explanation for the nonrecession of 1998 was provided by a certain Ben Bernanke, then a professor at Princeton University.

    A Basic Lesson in Finance

  • An analysis of household energy spending between 2002 and 2007-the nonrecession years-found that the

    Climate Progress

  • According to Amy Robinson, VP-communications for the Direct Selling Association, historically during nonrecession years, the gross domestic product increases about 3. 3\% and direct sales increase 3. 6\%.

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  • "Though it will be the first nonrecession holiday shopping season in three years, 2009 will again be trying for retailers," he added.

    Turkish Press

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