[adjective, adverb non-stop; noun non-stop]
- without a single stop en route.
- Informal. without a pause or interruption or without respite; continually: My back ached nonstop for three days.
- a long-distance airline flight that makes no stops between the starting point and the destination.
Origin of nonstop
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- done without pause or interruptiona nonstop flight
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