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nondurable (not comparable)
- (economics) Providing useful services for only one period, especially a year.
2009 February 6, The Associated Press, “Factory Orders Fall Again With No Clear End in Sight”, in New York Times:
- Demand for nondurable goods, products like food, paper and petroleum, fell by 4.8 percent in December after an 8.7 percent fall in November.
nondurable (plural nondurables)
- (economics) A nondurable good.