decentralise

[ UK /dɪsˈɛntɹəlˌa‍ɪz/ ]
VERB
  1. make less central
    After the revolution, food distribution was decentralized
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How To Use decentralise In A Sentence

  • While the report recognised that Health Secretary has made some moves to decentralise the running of health care in England, experts claim the Scottish Executive is refusing to loosen its grip on the NHS.
  • It wants a 'federal Europe' albeit a 'decentralised' one. Money down the drain
  • Moreover, such educational concepts are integrally related to political commitments to a radical and decentralised democratic social and political structure.
  • And within this relationship local authorities were seen as decentralized administrative agents, acting at the behest of the centre.
  • The Government has been claiming that it wants more of its departments to decentralise and move out of London.
  • In contrast, a decentralized structure facilitates leadership and unleashes creativity.
  • But due to its decentralised nature, the definition of prime investment is more difficult to gauge.
  • But whatever the parentage, this new decentralized way admits to no national origin nor exclusive use by anyone.
  • Berkshire is often described as "decentralized," which is another way of saying that it's centered around Buffett's trust in his managers. The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com
  • Managements took steps to decentralise budgetary control and devolve the management of the labour process to establishment level.
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