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red tape

noun [U]
 
 
official rules that do not seem necessary and make things happen very slowly
бюрократизм, волокита
Rules and laws
Translations of “red tape”
in Chinese (Traditional) 繁文縟節, 官僚作風, 拖拉費時的繁瑣手續…
in Turkish bürokrasi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 繁文缛节, 官僚作风, 拖拉费时的繁琐手续…
in Polish biurokracja…
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