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bureaucratic 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Adjective
/ˌbyo͝orəˈkratik/,
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Relating to the business of running an organization, or government,
  1. Relating to the business of running an organization, or government
    • - well-established bureaucratic procedures
  2. Overconcerned with procedure at the expense of efficiency or common sense
    • - the plan is overly bureaucratic and complex

  1. of or relating to or resembling a bureaucrat or bureaucracy; "his bureaucratic behavior annoyed his colleagues"; "a bureaucratic nightmare"
  2. (bureaucracy) nonelective government officials
  3. (bureaucracy) any organization in which action is obstructed by insistence on unnecessary procedures and red tape
  4. Bureaucracy is the combined organizational structure, procedures, protocols, and set of regulations in place to manage activity, usually in large organizations. ...
  5. (Bureaucracy (book)) Bureaucracy is a political book written by Austrian School economist and libertarian thinker Ludwig von Mises. The author's stated motivation in writing the book is his concern with the spread of socialist ideals and the increasing bureaucratization of economic life. ...
  6. (Bureaucracy (video game)) Bureaucracy is an interactive fiction computer game released by Infocom in 1987, scripted by popular comic science fiction author Douglas Adams. It is Infocom's twenty-fourth game.
  7. (Bureaucrats) A bureaucrat is a member of a bureaucracy and can comprise the administration of any organization of any size, though the term usually connotes someone within an institution of a government or corporation. ...
  8. (Bureaucracy) You have two cows. At first the government regulates what you can feed them and when you can milk them. Then it pays you not to milk them. Then it takes both, shoots one, milks the other and pours the milk down the drain. ...
  9. (Bureaucracy) A system of administration wherein there is a specialization of functions, objective qualifications for office, action according to the adherence to fixed rules, and a hierarchy of authority and delegated power.
  10. (bureaucracy) the hierarchical administrative structure of a large organization.
  11. (Bureaucracy) A form of organization marked by division of labor, hierarchy, rules and regulations and impersonal relationships.
  12. (Bureaucracy) A system involving many rules and procedures and several levels of management and relying on written communication
  13. (BUREAUCRACY) Defence of the status quo long after the quo has lost its status. [Laurence J. Peter]
  14. (BUREAUCRACY) what if they get fatter and fatter....?
  15. (Bureaucracy) A complex organization composed of non-elected, professional administrators and clerks hired to perform administrative services and tasks, and to follow and direct rules and procedures.
  16. (Bureaucracy) An administrative system characterized by standardized procedures, formal division of responsibility, hierarchy, and impersonal relationships. Typically, such systems operate without utilizing feedback and self-correction. ...
  17. (Bureaucracy) An organization which destroys truth by seeking to destroy all means of detecting its errors and shortcomings. A bureaucracy operates without utilizing feedback and self-correction. ...
  18. (Bureaucracy) French; bureau = writing desk and, later, drawer. It has come to mean any work requiring the keeping of files; later a form of social organization in which order, rationality and hierarchy are key elements. ...
  19. (Bureaucracy) The collection of officials (either within government or within corporate management) who see that the rules of an organization (or of a country) are obeyed. Such officials are the cause of much frustation and the butt of many jokes.
  20. (Bureaucracy) is a system in which people are expected to follow precisely defined rules and procedures rather than to use personal judgement.
  21. (Bureaucracy) system of managing government through departments run by appointed officials
  22. (bureaucracy) A distinctive arrangement used by humans to organize their activities. The invention of Western bureaucracy several centuries ago helped solve the problem for leaders of governing human systems that grew larger and more complicated with each passing year. ...
  23. (bureaucracy) Organizations that implement government policies.
  24. (bureaucracy) SYSTEM 4wg-COMPLICATED with zz.
  25. (bureaucracy) government based on a specialized set of offices usually hierarchically organized.