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verb as in distribute over a less concentrated area

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In Indiana, which is decentralized like Michigan, a juvenile justice reform task force appointed this year aims to collect and assess data from across the state.

This is not only because of crumbling international norms of journalistic access, as Walsh experienced, or shrinking foreign bureaus, but also because of the decentralizing and anti-establishment mood of the socially networked age.

If we can decentralize testing—get the sample collection away from a testing area—everyone can do it at home.

From Fortune

Part of this disconnect between disciplines stems from marketing teams being decentralized — they could live in business units, they could be regionally based, and now we’re all living remotely.

The Ottomans had managed Arabia through a decentralized system of provinces called valyets, run by governors they appointed.

Full-scale civil wars are giving way to fragmented armed groups with decentralized power bases in remote border regions.

We want a decentralized government that will give us more freedom to manage our own affairs.

Rather, his appeal proceeded (and still proceeds) from a radical message of individual autonomy and decentralized political power.

The emerging church movement, in particular, has embraced a kind of steady, decentralized growth that can seem CrossFit-ish.

If the government of the society is strictly monarchial, its administration is, on the contrary, extremely decentralized.

In fact, it is the most decentralized movement in the world today.

Then let us recall how soon after that we were all assuming some share in this "decentralized administration."

To M. de Camors, in principle it was a matter of perfect indifference whether France was centralized or decentralized.

Governmental functioning ostensibly decentralized, but policy and control exercised by higher state and party organs.


On this page you'll find 18 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to decentralized, such as: scatter, disperse, distribute, null, separate, and broadcast.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.