[ US /nɑnˈɹɛzədənt/ ]
not living in a particular place or owned by permanent residents
nonresident students who commute to classes
nonresident real estate
someone who does not live in a particular place
described by an admiring nonresident as a green and pleasant land
How To Use nonresident In A Sentence
- the commercial or nonresidential areas of a town
- nonresident real estate
- A leading indicator of nonresidential construction, the Architecture Billings Index, has signaled contraction since January, amid tight credit and a limited boost from government stimulus.
- A nonresident program was established by which students not selected for the regular resident course could pursue a war college diploma by correspondence over two years, in addition to two summer sessions of two weeks each.
- For residential rental property(27.5 years) and nonresidential real property(31.5 years), the applicable method is the straight-line method.
- I look for two types of spillovers from fluctuations in real estate prices to banking performance: direct spillovers, where default rates are affected for loans that are secured by those properties, and indirect spillovers, where default rates are affected for loans that are not backed by residential real estate properties, such as nonresidential real estate loans or consumer loans. Economist's View
- Mr. Lamach said he believed the nonresidential construction market in the U.S. is bottoming out but hasn't yet begun to turn up. Ingersoll's Profit Rises 7.2%
- An Oakland organization runs a nonresidential trauma and recovery center for girls who've been prostituted.
- Spending by businesses on "nonresidential" investment, including commercial construction and equipment and software fell at an annualized rate of 36.9 percent in the first quarter. WIBW - HomePage - Headlines
- Note: If you do not choose to treat your nonresident spouse as a US resident, you may be able to use head of household filing status.