Definition of “regime” - English Dictionary

“regime” in British English

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regimenoun [ C ]

us /reɪˈʒim, rə-/

a particular government, or a system or method of government:

a Communist/totalitarian regime

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“regime” in Business English

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regimenoun [ C ]

uk /reɪˈʒiːm/ us

a particular way of operating or organizing a system, an economy, etc.:

an investment/a pricing/a tax regime Many individual employees will benefit from this favourable tax regime.
Trading would be under London's regulatory regime.

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