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Translation of "bureaucracy" - English-Turkish dictionary

bureaucracy

noun
 
 
/bjʊəˈrɒkrəsi/
RULES [U] complicated rules and processes used by an organization, especially when they do not seem necessary
bürokrasi, kırtasiye, gereksiz yazışma ve işlemler
government bureaucracyGovernment administration and organisationSystems of governmentRules and laws
GOVERNMENT [C, U] a government or organization in which there are a lot of officials in a lot of departments
devlet veya sistemin kendisi
Government administration and organisationSystems of governmentPeople in charge of or controlling other peopleBosses, managers and directors
bureaucrat
 
 
/ˈbjʊərəʊkræt/ noun [C]
someone working in a bureaucracy
devlet memuru, bürokrat
Government administration and organisationPeople in charge of or controlling other peopleBosses, managers and directors
bureaucratic
 
 
/ˌbjʊərəʊˈkrætɪk/ adjective
bürökratik
(Definition of bureaucracy from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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