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monolithic

adjective uk   /ˌmɒn.əˈlɪθ.ɪk/ us    /ˌmɑː.nə-/ disapproving
too large, too regular, or without interesting differences, and unwilling or unable to be changed: monolithic state-run organizations
Translations of “monolithic”
in Chinese (Traditional) 龐大的, 大一統的…
in Russian огромный, мощный…
in Turkish muazzam ve güçlü, iktidar ve güç sahibi olan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 庞大的, 大一统的…
in Polish monolityczny, skostniały…
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