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regimenoun [C]

 us   /reɪˈʒim, rə-/
a ​particulargovernment, or a ​system or ​method of ​government: a Communist/​totalitarian regime
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regimenoun [C]

uk   us   /reɪˈʒiːm/
  • regime noun [C] (MANAGEMENT)

C2 mainly disapproving a ​particulargovernment or a ​system or ​method of ​government: The ​oldcorrupt, ​totalitarian regime was ​overthrown. a ​particular way of ​operating or ​organizing a ​business, etc.: The regime in this ​office is hard ​work and more hard ​work.

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regimenoun [C]

uk   us   /reɪˈʒiːm/
a particular way of ​operating or ​organizing a ​system, an ​economy, etc.: an investment/a pricing/a tax regime Many ​individualemployees will ​benefit from this favourable ​tax regime. Trading would be under London's regulatory regime.
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Translations of “regime”
in Spanish régimen…
in Vietnamese chế độ…
in Malaysian rejim…
in Thai ระบอบการปกครอง…
in Chinese (Simplified) 管理, 政府, 政权…
in Turkish yönetim, rejim, düzen…
in Russian режим, строй…
in Indonesian rezim…
in Chinese (Traditional) 管理, 政府, 政權…
in Polish reżim…
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