Definition of 'non-stop'
Example sentences containing 'non-stop'
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His tour company is already working non-stop to make it the biggest and best yet. The Sun (2016)I have thought about her non-stop since. The Sun (2016)He would also prefer to fly non-stop. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The couple had been bickering non-stop about their cashflow problems. Times, Sunday Times (2009)In those days non-stop flights were still in the future. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It will take days of non-stop lounging around to get that sort of money back. The Sun (2009)The guys are working non-stop to get things built. Times, Sunday Times (2011)What is beyond dispute is that the game served up non-stop action. Times, Sunday Times (2013)No moral qualms about encouraging non-stop gambling? Times, Sunday Times (2010)Recently he has been working non-stop on the takeover deal that gives him control of the business again. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It took me a year to find a job after leaving uni but since then she talks non-stop about us moving in together. The Sun (2010)It's a non-stop flight with easy transfers at the other end. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You're just put in a room and have to work non-stop. The Sun (2014)The Olympics was a fantastic fortnight of fair play and non-stop action. The Sun (2012)We argue about it non-stop as we can't reach a solution. The Sun (2016)Unlike a machine, you cannot go on working non-stop. Repetitive Strain Injury (1994)Solo or playing in groups, the action is non-stop. The Sun (2012)She gives an impressive performance, but then spoils it by talking about herself non-stop. The Sun (2011)The team worked non-stop examining patients, conducting blood tests and dispensing medicines. Times, Sunday Times (2011)If your brood likes non-stop action and nightly entertainment, this is a great choice. Times, Sunday Times (2012)A British grandmother has become the oldest woman to sail solo around the world non-stop. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
Translations for 'non-stop'
British English: non-stop /ˈnɒnˈstɒp/ ADVERB
If you do something non-stop, you continue to do it without any pauses or breaks.
They had driven non-stop through the entire country.
- American English: non-stop
- Arabic: بِدُونِ تَوَقُفٍ
- Brazilian Portuguese: sem parar
- Chinese: 不间断地
- Croatian: bez prestanka
- Czech: nepřetržitě
- Danish: non-stop
- Dutch: non-stop
- European Spanish: sin parar
- Finnish: yhtäjaksoisesti
- French: sans arrêt
- German: durchgehend
- Greek: αδιάλειπτα
- Italian: ininterrottamente
- Japanese: 直行で
- Korean: 쉬지 않고
- Norwegian: uten opphold
- Polish: bez przerwy
- European Portuguese: sem parar
- Romanian: non-stop
- Russian: безостановочный
- Spanish: sin parar
- Swedish: nonstop
- Thai: ไม่หยุด
- Turkish: hiç durmadan
- Ukrainian: без зупинки
- Vietnamese: không ngừng
British English: non-stop ADJECTIVE
Something that is non-stop continues without any pauses or interruptions.
Many cities now have nonstop flights.
Definition of non-stop from the Collins English Dictionary
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