Definitions

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  • verb transitive To centralize again or anew.

Etymologies

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re- +‎ centralize

Examples

  • Behind the Rio allegations, then, many see a typical Chinese impulse in times of economic crisis to recentralize control over its economy.

    The New Economic Warfare

  • In September 1990, when Prime Minister Li Peng announced a plan to recentralize fiscal control over the provinces, Ye stood up and boldly denounced the notion.

    China's Renegade Province

  • He and his hard-left party, Movimiento al Socialismo (MAS), immediately began working to recentralize power through a rewrite of the constitution.

    Bolivian Breakup?

  • Beijing is trying to recentralize power to pull in revenue -- partly because regional authorities have been extracting fees willy-nilly from the rural population, calling them "taxes."

    No Justice, No Peace

  • Then, when Maher tried to recentralize his point that everyone knows Iraq has nothing to do with terrorism and the audience cheered, Hitchens turned on the audience and abused them again.

    Archive 2006-08-01

  • Later northern dynasties, though, also wanted to recentralize authority, leading ultimately to a curtailment of this “feudalism.

    420-479

  • My take on these numbers is that CIOs are continuing to close satellite data centers and recentralize IT functions.

    InformationWeek - All Stories And Blogs

  • In short, this Conservative government is seeking to recentralize Canadian foreign policy.

    eaves.ca

  • We see that many survey respondents are from highly regulated industries, and so the ability to recentralize and control access to applications and data is appealing to them.

    InformationWeek - All Stories And Blogs

  • In short, this Conservative government is seeking to recentralize Canadian foreign policy.

    eaves.ca

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