[non-woo d-ee] /nɒnˈwʊd i/
[non-wurd] /nɒnˈwɜrd/ noun 1. a word that is not recognized or accepted as legitimate, as one produced by a spelling or typographical error. 2. a word whose meaning or use is not approved in a given circumstance: “Failure” is a nonword in her vocabulary.
[wurk] /wɜrk/ noun 1. exertion or effort directed to produce or accomplish something; labor; toil. 2. productive or operative activity. 3. employment, as in some form of industry, especially as a means of earning one’s livelihood: to look for work. 4. one’s place of employment: Don’t phone him at work. 5. something on which exertion […]
[wur-ker] /ˈwɜr kər/ noun 1. a person or thing that works. 2. a laborer or employee: steel workers. 3. a person engaged in a particular field, activity, or cause: a worker in psychological research; a worker for the Republican Party. 4. Entomology. 5. Printing. one of a set of electrotyped plates used to print from […]
[non-wur-king] /nɒnˈwɜr kɪŋ/ adjective 1. not employed for a salary, fees, or wages; not producing or generating income: Our employee medical plan also covers nonworking spouses. 2. not involved in or deriving from labor; not engaged in or directed toward work, especially as an employee: What are some of your nonworking activities? 3. not functioning […]