Definition of nonbinary in English:


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  • 1Not relating to, composed of, or involving just two things.

    ‘Aristotelian ontology is nonbinary on the second level in that it allows for degrees of being’
    • ‘He didn't get where he is in the culinary industry by needlessly introducing non-binary thinking.’
    • ‘One case would be to give a binary analysis of colour terms: it seems plausible to recognize that there are binary features and non-binary features, without trying to force everything into the same mould.’
    • ‘We have seen the proliferation of "schizoid" global/local dialectics and non-binary explanations to map the uneven, fragmentary, and nomadic flux of capitalist culture across borders.’
    • ‘Generalizing even further, one could define causal relationships between variables that are non-binary, such as caloric intake and blood pressure.’
    • ‘And since Brahman is common to all things, never dividing them, Brahman has to exist in non-dual or, we would say today, non-binary form.’
    • ‘I can understand that people in other fields have different opinions, but I guess what we need is non-binary review.’
    • ‘A lot of people have fundamental intellectual problems accepting uncertainty or non-binary reasoning.’
    • ‘The problems involving conditionals with binary terms were compared with problems involving conditionals with non-binary terms such as “If the pupil wears a red shirt, then this pupil wears green trousers.”’
    • ‘He offered to investigate the way in which children interpreted conditional statements, and we designed an experiment in which a strictly binary situation was compared with a non-binary situation.’
    1. 1.1Denoting or relating to a gender or sexual identity that is not defined in terms of traditional binary oppositions such as male and female or homosexual and heterosexual.
      ‘nonbinary people are vastly underrepresented in the media’
      • ‘The main character is named Polkadot, a non-binary, trans kid.’
      • ‘The rapper is one of the very few non-binary people who have gained recognition recently.’
      • ‘Trans and non-binary groups have come together to ask election candidates to pledge to support non-binary rights.’
      • ‘They have featured on Classic FM and Radio 4, as well as being praised for their work promoting trans and non-binary representation.’
      • ‘Some things are for boys, some things are for girls, and non-binary genders don't exist apparently.’
      • ‘Olson works in marketing, runs an LGBTQ youth group, and identifies as non-binary.’
      • ‘Around 1 in 250 people identify as neither men or women, and non-binary issues are often different to transgender issues.’
      • ‘We've spoken to hundreds of people over the last few months, including many people who identify as non-binary.’
      • ‘These bills are bigoted and reinforce existing difficulties those in the transgender and gender non-binary community face on a daily basis.’
      • ‘Being non-binary is how I feel most authentic and most comfortable.’
  • 2Relating to, using, or denoting a system of numerical notation that does not have 2 as a base.

    ‘the enumeration data is stored in a nonbinary format’
    • ‘Our newly patented technology exemplifies what is possible in applying non-binary machine logic.’
    • ‘On the other hand, the model did not incorporate the valuable non-binary TF binding data from ENCODE.’
    • ‘The enumeration database consists of four primary variables, although the bulk of the actual enumeration data is stored in one non-binary, ANSI formatted string variable.’
    • ‘A probabilistic computer is especially good at solving problems unique to fuzzy, non-deterministic environments - such as real, non-binary, life.’
    • ‘It will also most likely be necessary to prevent even non-binary programs from running in the user-context without explicitly granting them permission.’
    • ‘Because the electric and magnetic parameters in these particular materials are so strongly linked, engineers might be able to use them to create non-binary memories.’
    • ‘The common theme is that some form of non-binary signalling would allow for a much more scalable and flexible approach.’
    • ‘It claims to have a condensed, non-binary symbol structure for data transmission and representation that will dramatically improve overall network efficiency.’
    • ‘The company is the owner of one of the world's largest intellectual property portfolios in non-binary machine and computer logic.’
    • ‘Note that the proximity formula seamlessly extends to non-binary connectivity matrices.’



/ˌnänˈbīnərē/ /ˌnɑnˈbaɪnəri/