bureaucracy means: Natural expression of human nature’s tendency to seek ever greater complexity. (in Community Dictionary, added by Blas Álvarez)

What else does bureaucracy mean?

  • According to Ms. Maroun, a word can mean whatever you wish it to in the world. (in Community Dictionary, added by Jaron Pineda)
  • Administrative procedure that is too complicated. (in Community Dictionary, added by Fisher Jacobson)
  • This system of government aims to produce obedient workers rather than critical thinkers. (in Community Dictionary, added by Austin Walter)
  • A nation of politicians who make and enforce so many laws and rules that it’s impossible to break any. (in Community Dictionary, added by Angel Cannon)
  • 1. This form of government is a system in which committees have the real power and the bureaus execute them, without accountability to the constituents. 2. This is a form of government whose authority does not exist to do anything but to block any other person from doing so. 3. This is the form of government the United States of America actually uses, while politicians distract from the constituents. (in Community Dictionary, added by Aresio Velasco)
  • The administration of the government is primarily through non-elected staff in departments or bureaus. (in AZ Dictionary)
  • As a whole, the departments and their officers. (in AZ Dictionary)
  • Administration or management marked by hierarchical authority between many offices and fixed procedures. (in AZ Dictionary)
  • An organization’s administrative structure. (in AZ Dictionary)
  • A system of administrative procedures in which there is a need to or an inclination not to adhere rigidly or complicated processes. This hinders the effectiveness of action. (in AZ Dictionary)