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Meaning of "review board" - Business English Dictionary

review board

noun [C]
 
 
a group of people who are chosen to examine an activity or process to find if changes or improvements need to be made: Several of the public pensions throughout the state are so severely underfunded that they are considered to be "at risk" by the pension review board. an independent/external/internal review board
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