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Translation of "hierarchy" - English-Turkish dictionary

hierarchy

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈhaɪərɑːki/
a system or organization in which people or things are arranged according to their importance
hiyerarşi, rütbe/makam/mevkî/yetki sırası/düzeni
Classifying and creating orderSystems of governmentCategories and varietiesSpecies and genders
hierarchical
 
 
/ˌhaɪəˈrɑːkɪkəl/ adjective
düzensel, sırasıyla
a hierarchical structure
Translations of “hierarchy”
in Vietnamese hệ thống thứ bậc…
in Spanish jerarquía…
in Thai การจัดระบบตามลำดับขั้น…
in Malaysian hierarki…
in French hiérarchie…
in German die Hierarchie…
in Chinese (Traditional) 等級制度, 統治集團…
in Indonesian hierarki…
in Russian иерархия…
in Chinese (Simplified) 等级制度, 统治集团…
in Polish hierarchia…
(Definition of hierarchy from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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