Associations to the word «Bureaucracy»
BUREAUCRACY, noun. Government by bureaus or their administrators or officers.
BUREAUCRACY, noun. A system of administration based upon organisation into bureaus, division of labour, a hierarchy of authority, etc., designed to dispose of a large body of work in a routine manner.
BUREAUCRACY, noun. The body of officers and administrators, especially of a government.
BUREAUCRACY, noun. Any administration characterised by excessive red tape and routine.
BUREAUCRACY, noun. Nonelective government officials.
BUREAUCRACY, noun. A government that is administered primarily by bureaus that are staffed with nonelective officials.
BUREAUCRACY, noun. Any organization in which action is obstructed by insistence on unnecessary procedures and red tape.
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