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hierarchy

noun /ˈhaiəraːki/ ( plural hierarchies)
(an) arrangement (of usually people in a group, also things etc ) in order of rank, importance etc
jerarquía
He was slowly working his way up the corporate hierarchy.
hierarchical /-ˈraː-/ adjective
jerárquico
a hierarchical structure.
Notice the second r in hierarchy.
Translations of “hierarchy”
in French hiérarchie…
in German die Hierarchie…
in Chinese (Traditional) 等級制度, 統治集團…
in Russian иерархия…
in Turkish hiyerarşi, rütbe/makam/mevkî/yetki sırası/düzeni…
in Chinese (Simplified) 等级制度, 统治集团…
in Polish hierarchia…
(Definition of hierarchy from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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