non-stop

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Etymology[edit]

From non- +‎ stop.

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non-stop (not comparable)

  1. Alternative form of nonstop.
    • 2019 October, John Glover, “Heathrow rail expansion”, in Modern Railways, page 70:
      In addition to the non-stop Heathrow Express service, there is a Transport for London stopping service to London Paddington: this is the Heathrow Connect service taken over by TfL in May 2018.

Adverb[edit]

non-stop (not comparable)

  1. Alternative form of nonstop.
    • 1960 February, “The dieselised St. Pancras suburban service”, in Trains Illustrated, page 95:
      The through Moorgate service has been most handsomely speeded up, and suburban trains in both directions now run non-stop between Kings Cross (Underground) and Elstree.

Noun[edit]

non-stop (plural non-stops)

  1. Alternative form of nonstop.
    • 1960 March, “Talking of Trains: Victoria shut-down”, in Trains Illustrated, page 136:
      The Victoria-Brighton non-stops, the Victoria-Eastbourne and Hastings, Victoria-Worthing and Littlehampton, Victoria-Bognor and Portsmouth and Victoria-Oxted line services were, with a very few exceptions, all re-routed to and from London Bridge.

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Adverb[edit]

non-stop

  1. nonstop