bureaucratically


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bu·reau·crat

 (byo͝or′ə-krăt′)
n.
1. An official of a bureaucracy.
2. An official who is rigidly devoted to the details of administrative procedure.

bu′reau·crat′ic adj.
bu′reau·crat′i·cal·ly adv.
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Adv.1.bureaucratically - in a bureaucratic manner; "his bureaucratically petty behavior annoyed her"
2.bureaucratically - with respect to bureaucracy; "it's bureaucratically complicated"
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bureaucratically

[ˌbjʊərəˈkrætɪklɪ] advburocraticamente
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