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streamlinedadjective

us   /ˈstrim·lɑɪnd/
  • streamlined adjective (IMPROVED)

improved or made simpler: a streamlined system
  • streamlined adjective (IMPROVED SHAPE)

designed or arranged in a way that makes movement easier through air or water: a streamlined shape/appearance
(Definition of streamlined from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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streamlinedadjective

uk   /ˈstriːmlaɪnd/ us  
MANAGEMENT a streamlined business, process, activity, etc. has been made simpler and more effective by reducing costs, the number of people involved in it, etc.: Thanks to new technologies, manufacturing has become more flexible, streamlined, and efficient, and has resulted in a higher quality of product. Our streamlined approach has kept our costs between 20% and 25% lower than those of our competitors. streamlined operations/procedures/processes a streamlined structure/system
a streamlined design or product has a smooth, attractive shape: Our latest model has been revamped to give it a more modern, streamlined look.
(Definition of streamlined from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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