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"synergy" in British English

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synergynoun [U]

uk   /ˈsɪn.ə.dʒi/  us   /-ɚ-/ (also synergism ) specialized
synergistic
adjective uk   /sɪn.əˈdʒɪs.tɪk/  us   /sɪn.ɚ-/
the synergistic ​effect of two ​drugs given at the same ​time
(Definition of synergy from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"synergy" in Business English

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synergynoun [C or U]

uk   us   /ˈsɪnədʒi/ (plural synergies) (also synergism) MANAGEMENT, COMMERCE
the ​combinedpower, ​profits, etc. that can be ​achieved by two ​organizations or ​groups of ​peopleworking together rather than separately: create/deliver/generate synergy The ​merger will ​help the ​manufacturingcompanyachieve synergies that will ​allow it to remain ​competitive.synergy benefits/savings/targets The synergy ​savings of €275m ​targeted by the ​mergerlookmodest compared with the ​inheritedcosts of the ​project.annual/cost/financial synergies The ​deal would ​createenhancedvalue for ​shareholders through the ​delivery of $500m of ​annual synergies. marketing/​merger/​operational synergies potential/significant/​substantial synergies
synergistic
adjective
He decided that synergistic ​partnerships in ​Europe are the best way ​forward.
(Definition of synergy from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “synergy”
in Chinese (Simplified) 协同作用,增效作用…
in Turkish sinerji, ortak çalışma, ortak başarı…
in Russian совместная деятельность…
in Chinese (Traditional) 協同作用,增效作用…
in Polish współdziałanie…
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