centralisation


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Noun1.centralisation - the act of consolidating power under a central control
consolidation, integration - the act of combining into an integral whole; "a consolidation of two corporations"; "after their consolidation the two bills were passed unanimously"; "the defendants asked for a consolidation of the actions against them"
2.centralisation - gathering to a center
gather, gathering - the act of gathering something
Translations
تَرْكيز، تَمَرْكُز
miîstÿring

central

(ˈsentrəl) adjective
1. belonging to or near the centre (eg of a town). His flat is very central.
2. principal or most important. the central point of his argument.
ˈcentralize, ˈcentralise verb
to bring under one control.
ˌcentraliˈzation, ˌcentraliˈsation noun
ˈcentrally adverb
centrally situated.
central heating
heating of a building by water, steam or air through pipes from one central boiler etc.
ˌcentral ˈprocessing ˌunit noun
see CPU.
References in classic literature ?
The necessary consequence of this was political centralisation.
Not that some Government policies haven't helped to create this centralisation mindset, including the introduction of the Private Finance Initiative.
Johannesburg, May 22 ( ANI ): Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has reportedly warned that centralisation of power represents a major threat to democratic institutions.
La Banque nationale d'Algerie (BNA) a acheve la centralisation de l'ensemble de son reseau d'agences via un nouveau systeme d'information qui permet a ses clients de beneficier en temps reel et en tout lieu d'une amelioration de service, a indique, hier, un communique de cette institution.
If the centralisation of services is confirmed, the "successful" community will have to consider the implications of extra patients on waiting times and the demands on already scarce resources and personnel.
There are plans to transfer more than 250 posts to Swansea as part of centralisation moves which are opposed by Mr Attwood.
In particular, manufacturers respond to the centralisation of the retailers' purchasing activities by centralising strategic GAM activities, such as customer strategy, information processing, or price systems.
She added: "If centralisation means the closure of maternity units like the one at Glan Clwyd then I am totally opposed to it.
Newcastle is virtually as far from Westminster as southern Scotland (the heavily populated bit), yet that region turned down a regional set-up, so it must be more than centralisation driving devolution.
IGD business manager Louise Spillard said: "A common theme in the interviews we conducted was that a greater centralisation of the decision-making process, both within supplier and retailer, is unavoidable over the next decade.
HEALTH campaigners are to protest against cuts and centralisation in Glasgow next month.
Much of the house cleaning that has gone on in IT during the past two years has focused on one theme: centralisation.