Definition of non-durable in English:

non-durable

Pronunciation /nɒnˈdjʊərəbl/ /nɒnˈdʒʊərəbl/ /nɒnˈdjɔːrəbl/

adjective

  • 1That is not durable; that does not last.

  • 2Specifically. Designating a class of perishable or relatively short-lived goods produced for immediate use and frequently replaced by the consumer, such as food, clothing, fuel, etc.

noun

  • In plural. Non-durable consumer goods.

Origin

Late 19th century. From non- + durable.