Meaning of non-intervene in English:

non-intervene

Pronunciation /ˌnɒnɪntəˈviːn/

verb

  • To refrain from intervening. Usually ironically: to intervene.

    Chiefly used with reference to military intervention, especially before or during the Second World War (1939–45).

Origin

1930s; earliest use found in Alan Patrick Herbert (1890–1971), author and politician. From non- + intervene.