decentralised : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v make less central
- a withdrawn from a center or place of concentration; especially having power or function dispersed from a central to local authorities
- Lindsay Tanner in Sydney Morning Herald
The Commonwealth government spends more than $500 million a year on travel services,Mr Tanner said in a statement on Sunday. "Today's announcement delivers on our election commitment to review the decentralised arrangements put in place by...
- Sam Pitroda in NDTV.com
We don't have concrete timetable right now. We all are working on it. But we are first focused on connecting 250,00 panchayats through broadband now. Because that is the nerve centre of our decentralised governance,Pitroda added.
- Lamar Alexander in Irish Times
Our country is too big, too complicated, too decentralised for Washington . . . just to write a few rules about remaking 17 per cent of the economy all at once,Senator Alexander said. "That sort of thinking works in the classroom but it...