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English definition of “-driven”

-driven

suffix
caused or influenced by something or someone: The company's policies are essentially cost-driven. consumer-driven/market-driven/product-driven
moved, operated, or controlled by something: The decline accelerated in late afternoon as computer-driven selling kicked in. diesel-driven/gas-driven/electrically-driven vehicle
(Definition of -driven suffix from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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