- v. British alternative spelling of centralize.
- v. make central
“Expressing concern that this would "centralise" transformation at universities and technikons, Mr Andrade said the government should not "meddle" in the unique needs of universities.”
“Q: Does the covenant attempt to "centralise" the Communion?”
“Time to downscale and de-centralise innovative use of every carbonic compound.”
“Officials aim to centralise national cybersecurity strategy under a new high profile umbrella agency.”
“Plans to centralise buying were announced in June 2010.”
“Last December Digger revealed Uefa plans to centralise the sale of broadcast rights for European Championship and World Cup qualifiers from 2014.”
“All this is a tribute to the inordinate power of the nuclear power industry's lobby and to the craving of politicians to centralise power in all its aspects.”
“That will be seen as a boost to Uefa's plans to centralise the sale of TV and marketing rights to international qualifying matches, a concept discussed at the last Uefa executive committee meeting.”
“This is the time when all the claims of Nicolas Sarkozy and Angela Merkel are to centralise the EU even more to create a fiscal union.”
“The FA can sell only a two-year deal for international matches because Uefa will take over the contract for England qualifiers in 2014 as part of its plan to centralise sales, and has promised a minimum guarantee of around £25m a year.”
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