nonproductive nonproductive  /ˌnɑn prə ˈdək tɪv/


  • (adj) not directly productive


  1. I once went on a long series of nonproductive dates with one, and every time we were about to fool around, she would have to leave to go home and walk her dog.
  2. As a result, medical debts are the biggest nonproductive source of debt in rural India.
  3. The study suggests that working 10 hours a week or less more frequently cuts into nonproductive activities like watching TV than keeps students from their homework.


  • Palestine

    There is no State of Palestine. No such state ever existed. Whether one will exist in the future is an open question. However, it remains nonproductive to focus on that.
    on August 3, 2013     Source: Ventura County Star

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