deconcentration


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de·con·cen·trate

 (dē-kŏn′sən-trāt′)
tr.v. de·con·cen·trat·ed, de·con·cen·trat·ing, de·con·cen·trates
To make less concentrated or centralized.

de′con·cen·tra′tion n.
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deconcentration

(ˌdiːkɒnsənˈtreɪʃən)
n
(Commerce) the act of decentralizing or the state of becoming less concentrated in one area
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