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Meaning of 'non-refundable' #1 (permalink) Wed Nov 08, 2006 16:13 pm   Meaning of 'non-refundable'
 

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ESL/EFL Test #81 "Renting a place", question 10

Application fees are usually ........., which means you don't get your money back.

(a) restituted
(b) reimbursed
(c) non-refundable
(d) inexpensive

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ESL/EFL Test #81 "Renting a place", answer 10

Application fees are usually non-refundable, which means you don't get your money back.

Correct answer: (c) non-refundable

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Meaning of 'non-refundable' #2 (permalink) Wed Nov 08, 2006 17:42 pm   Meaning of 'non-refundable'
 

Hi

For definitions, you should check a dictionary. Here are some links to an online dictionary:

http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/restituted
http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/reimbursed
http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/inexpensive
http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/refundable

When you add non- to the adjective refundable, it means the same thing as "not refundable".

You can use this link to find many different online dictionaries:
http://www.onelook.com/

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