bureaucratic


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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.

bureaucratic

(ˌbjʊərəˈkrætɪk)
adj
of or relating to bureaucrats; characterized by bureaucracy
ˌbureauˈcratically adv
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.bureaucratic - of or relating to or resembling a bureaucrat or bureaucracy; "his bureaucratic behavior annoyed his colleagues"; "a bureaucratic nightmare"

bureaucratic

adjective
1. administrative, political, official, ministerial, governmental, red-tape The school is free from bureaucratic control.
2. rigid, complex, strict, stringent, uncompromising, unadaptable The GPs complain that the system has become too bureaucratic.
Translations
بيروقراطي
byrokratický
bureaukratisk
bürokratikus
skrifstofustjórnkerfis-; skrifræîis-
byrokratický

bureaucratic

[ˌbjʊərəʊˈkrætɪk] ADJburocrático

bureaucratic

[ˌbjʊərəˈkrætɪk] adjbureaucratique

bureaucratic

adj, bureaucratically

bureaucratic

[ˌbjʊərəˈkrætɪk] adjburocratico/a

bureaucracy

(bjuˈrokrəsi) noun
1. a system of government by officials working for a government.
2. a country having such a government which uses such officials.
ˌbureauˈcratic adjective
References in classic literature ?
There is more liberty of action in England, but for liberty of thought go to bureaucratic Prussia.
This bureaucratic decision had something blighting about it; in a few words it contained the whole story.
While in the midst of this bureaucratic house- cleaning he met Hubbard, who had just been appointed by President Hayes as the head of a commission on mail transportation.
No disclosures damaging to a harassed autocracy, complete fidelity to the secrets of the miserable arcana imperii deposited in his patriotic breast, a display of bureaucratic stoicism in a Russian official's ineradicable, almost sublime contempt for truth; stoicism of silence understood only by the very few of the initiated, and not without a certain cynical grandeur of self-sacrifice on the part of a sybarite.
Formerly, under the monarchy, the bureaucratic armies did not exist.
The government say that RA 11032 would correct bureaucratic red tape that burdens businesses.
The analysis shows that while improvement in bureaucratic quality would unambiguously raise the share of utility enhancing public spending, its impact on economic growth would depend on how bureaucratic quality influences the relative magnitudes of the two types of public spending as well as on how far bureaucratic extraction will be controlled as a result of improvement in bureaucratic quality.
Khan expressed his utmost determination of depoliticizing the bureaucratic system of the country.
This transmogrified bureaucratic hierarchy has meant a reality of augmented paperwork including more extensive and detailed forms to be completed in reports that are now required on every conceivable aspect of the individual's work activities.
KARACHI -- Around 513 vaccinators working under the Sindh Health Department have been deprived of their monthly salaries for the last six months owing to bureaucratic delays, sources told on Sunday.
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Bureaucratic management is dominating the public sector in most of the European countries and it seems to develop more in the near future.