[ US /dɪˈsɛntɹəˌɫaɪzd/ ]
  1. withdrawn from a center or place of concentration; especially having power or function dispersed from a central to local authorities
    a decentralized school administration
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How To Use decentralized In A Sentence

  • 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.
  • 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
  • Fourth, decentralized institutions generate higher morale, more commitment, and greater productivity.
  • Knowledgelives everywhere andis inherently decentralized. Rahim Kanani: Aleem Walji of the World Bank Institute's Innovation Team on the Future of International Development
  • The Government must establish the constitutional framework for stable and decentralised government.
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