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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} bozulma
başkasını yetkilendirme
yetki verme
{i} yozlaşma
{i} dejenereleşme
{i} devretme
{i} nakil
yetki devretme
{i} veraset
(Tıp) Katabolik değişme
Englisch - Englisch
A descent, especially one that passes through a series of revolutions, or by succession
A rolling down
Degeneration (as opposed to evolution)
The transfer of some powers, and the delegation of some functions, from a central sovereign government to local government; eg. from Westminster to Scottish parliament and Welsh assembly
The transference of a right to a successor, or of a power from one body to another
{n} the act of devolving, a removal
{i} transference of authority; act of conferring a right to a successor; degeneration (Biology)
In the employment and training system, a process or trend that transfers authority over many aspects of service delivery from the federal government to the state grant recipients and/or local workforce development boards
the process of gradually removing power and control from a portion of, or an entire organization
the delegation of authority (especially from a central to a regional government)
The act of rolling down
The recent devolving of power by central government to local or regional administration Issues in UK education include financing and curriculum changes, allotting self-administration powers to the countries of Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland
the process of declining from a higher to a lower level of effective power or vitality or essential quality
the act of conferring power and authority by the central government upon the subdivision of the state to perform specific functions and responsibilities As opposed to deconcentration, which is an administrative process requiring only an issuance of an executive or administrative order to effect it, devolution is a political process which must be effected through legislation
The transfer of decision-making, finance and management to quasi-autonomous local government units with corporate status This process usually transfers responsibilities for services to municipalities that elect their own mayors and councils, raise their own revenues and have the authority to make investment decisions independently
Devolution is the transfer of some authority or power from a central organization or government to smaller organizations or government departments. the devolution of power to the regions. when a national government gives power to a group or organization at a lower or more local level
The process of delegating power from the central or federal level to the state or local level of government
The passing of property by process of law
The transfer of the administration and funding of social housing from MMAH and/or CMHC to CMSMS or SMs
passing the job onto someone else (while accepting all credit but no responsibility)
Transference from one person to another; a passing or devolving upon a successor
The transfer of authority for decision-making, finance, and management to local government Devolution usually transfers responsibilities for services to municipalities that elect their own mayors and councils, raise their own revenues, and have independent authority to make investment decisions In a devolved system, local governments have clear and legally recognized geographical boundaries over which they exercise authority, and within which they perform public functions It is this type of administrative decentralization that underlies most political decentralization See the World Bank's Decentralization website
A system of government in which the sovereign central government devolves (delegates) power to regional governments
The granting of greater decision-making authority and autonomy
The passing down of authority from the national government to states and localities
War of Devolution
(1667-68) Conflict between France and Spain over possession of the Spanish Netherlands. Louis XIV began the war on the pretext that the custom of devolution, whereby daughters of a first marriage were preferred to sons of subsequent marriages regarding property inheritance, should apply to sovereign territories also. That would mean that his wife, Marie-Thérèse (1638-1683), should succeed her father, Philip IV, in the Spanish Netherlands. The French army advanced into Flanders in May 1667 and easily secured its objectives. A peace was reached at Aix-la-Chapelle, whereby France gave up Franche-Comté but retained conquered towns in Flanders



    Türkische aussprache



    /ˌdevəˈlo͞osʜən/ /ˌdɛvəˈluːʃən/


    [ "de-v&-'lü-sh&n ] (noun.) 1545. Medieval Latin devolution-, devolutio, from Latin devolvere.


    ... necessary for good decision making very close to the decision itself. Devolution gave you ...

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