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noun as in arrangement

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The UAE’s decision makes it the first foreign country to follow China’s lead in deploying a vaccine ahead of completing final-stage clinical trials, underscoring China’s growing clout in the global vaccine race.

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He declined to provide any details about the software Mastercard is using to deploy its test network, other than to say it involves blockchain—the same technology on which Bitcoin is built.

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Organization and communication can get support from society, and that can change everything, including what governments plan to deploy.

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We’re not going to be able to do this in a year or one election cycle because the resources that the current duopoly have to deploy, to play their game, are substantial.

Simulations suggest that as much as 30% of Vera Rubin’s images will be plagued by at least one Starlink satellite trail when the full constellation is deployed.

Nevertheless, after minimal bed rest, he was sent back out—and then on to a subsequent deployment.

Last week, Obama announced the deployment of 3,000 troops to Liberia to provide support to those fighting the disease.

If the technology works well, secrecy can inhibit its deployment.

But when Osama bin Laden was finally killed, the son found himself in Iraq, and it was not his first deployment.

During that deployment, as an adviser, I met with Iraqi counterparts weekly, sometimes more.

If deployment was the answer to that, it was certainly there—to a degree, at least.

Deployment was supposed to be the significant factor, there.

Orders for deployment; combat orders of divisions and brigades usually written.

Distance from hostile position at which deployment is made; foreground to be cleared of hostile detachments before deployment.

These had been left by a regular manœuvre,—a deployment—as the troop traversed the plain in coming to the field.


On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to deployment, such as: distribution, formation, null, categorization, classification, and disposal.

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