Nondurable definition

nŏn-do͝orə-bəl, -dyo͝or-
Not enduring; being in a state of constant consumption.

Nondurable items such as paper products.

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A consumable item.

Nondurables such as food.

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Not durable; specif., designating a power of attorney that does not remain in effect after the person who authorized it becomes incompetent.
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(economics) Providing useful services for only one period, especially a year.
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(economics) A nondurable good.
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Other Word Forms

Noun

Singular:
nondurable
Plural:
nondurables

Origin of nondurable