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Decentralisation

ˌdiː.sen.trə.laɪˈzeɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Decentralisation:

noun

The transfer of control of an activity or organization to several local offices or authorities rather than one single one.

Usage examples:

Efforts to promote decentralization and reform of the national political party

Decentralise

ˌdiːˈsen.trə.laɪz

Meanings of Decentralise:

verb

Transfer (control of an activity or organization) to several local offices or authorities rather than one single one.

Usage examples:

We need to decentralize energy production

Meanings of Decentralised:

verb

Transfer (control of an activity or organization) to several local offices or authorities rather than one single one.

Usage examples:

We need to decentralize energy production
adjective

(of an activity or organization) controlled by several local offices or authorities rather than one single one.

Usage examples:

A decentralized education system was introduced

Decentralising

ˌdiːˈsen.trə.laɪz

Meanings of Decentralising:

verb

Transfer (control of an activity or organization) to several local offices or authorities rather than one single one.

Usage examples:

We need to decentralize energy production

Meanings of Decentralist:

noun

A person who advocates the transfer of authority from central to local government.

Usage examples:

He was a strong decentralist
adjective

Relating to the transfer of authority from central to local government.

Usage examples:

A decentralist shift of power from london to provincial england

Meanings of Decentralization:

noun

The transfer of control of an activity or organization to several local offices or authorities rather than one single one.

Usage examples:

Efforts to promote decentralization and reform of the national political party

Decentralize

diːˈsɛntrəlʌɪz

Meanings of Decentralize:

verb

Transfer (control of an activity or organization) to several local offices or authorities rather than one single one.

Usage examples:

We need to decentralize energy production

Decentralized

ˌdiːˈsentrəlaɪzd

Meanings of Decentralized:

adjective

(of an activity or organization) controlled by several local offices or authorities rather than one single one.

Usage examples:

A decentralized education system was introduced
verb

Transfer (control of an activity or organization) to several local offices or authorities rather than one single one.

Usage examples:

We need to decentralize energy production

Decentralizes

ˌdiːˈsen.trə.laɪz

Meanings of Decentralizes:

verb

Transfer (control of an activity or organization) to several local offices or authorities rather than one single one.

Usage examples:

We need to decentralize energy production

Meanings of Decentralizing:

verb

Transfer (control of an activity or organization) to several local offices or authorities rather than one single one.

Usage examples:

We need to decentralize energy production

Meanings of Decentre:

verb

Displace from the centre or from a central position.

Usage examples:

Some within these movements understand that they have to study, to know more, to decentre themselve…

Meanings of Decentred:

verb

Displace from the centre or from a central position.

Usage examples:

Some within these movements understand that they have to study, to know more, to decentre themselve…

Decentres

diːˈsɛntə

Meanings of Decentres:

verb

Displace from the centre or from a central position.

Usage examples:

Some within these movements understand that they have to study, to know more, to decentre themselve…

Decentring

diːˈsɛntə

Meanings of Decentring:

noun

Displacement from a central position, especially of the individual human subject from a primary place or central role.

Usage examples:

The decentring of the author is paradigmatic of contemporary experimental fiction
verb

Displace from the centre or from a central position.

Meanings of Deception:

noun

The action of deceiving someone.

Usage examples:

Obtaining property by deception

Deceptions

dɪˈsep.ʃən

Meanings of Deceptions:

noun

The action of deceiving someone.

Usage examples:

Obtaining property by deception

Deceptive

dɪˈsep.tɪv

Meanings of Deceptive:

adjective

Giving an appearance or impression different from the true one; misleading.

Usage examples:

He put the question with deceptive casualness

Deceptively

dɪˈsep.tɪv.li

Meanings of Deceptively:

adverb

In a way or to an extent that gives a misleading impression; to a lesser or greater extent than appears the case.

Usage examples:

The idea was deceptively simple

Meanings of Deceptiveness:

noun

The quality of making you believe something that is not true

Usage examples:

We will not accept dishonesty and deceptiveness from politicians., the film is concerned with the d…

Decerebrate

diːˈsɛrɪbreɪt

Meanings of Decerebrate:

verb

Remove the cerebrum from (a laboratory animal).

Usage examples:

Surgery was used to decerebrate the rats
adjective

(of a laboratory animal) having had the cerebrum removed.

Usage examples:

Decerebrate animals were capable of reflex standing

Decerebrated

diːˈsɛrɪbreɪt

Meanings of Decerebrated:

verb

Remove the cerebrum from (a laboratory animal).

Usage examples:

Surgery was used to decerebrate the rats
adjective

(of a laboratory animal) having had the cerebrum removed.

Usage examples:

Decerebrate animals were capable of reflex standing

Decerebrating

diːˈsɛrɪbreɪt

Meanings of Decerebrating:

verb

Remove the cerebrum from (a laboratory animal).

Usage examples:

Surgery was used to decerebrate the rats
adjective

(of a laboratory animal) having had the cerebrum removed.

Usage examples:

Decerebrate animals were capable of reflex standing

Meanings of Decertification:

noun

The process of removing a formal or official title or description from a person, an organization, etc., usually so that they no longer have the right to do something

Usage examples:

Failure to enforce all provisions of the act may result in decertification of your organization., o…

Decertified

diːˈsəːtɪfʌɪ

Meanings of Decertified:

verb

Remove a certificate or certification from.

Usage examples:

The faa immediately decertified it because it reported false microbursts

Decertify

ˌdiːˈsɜː.tɪ.faɪ

Meanings of Decertify:

verb

Remove a certificate or certification from.

Usage examples:

The faa immediately decertified it because it reported false microbursts

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