Meaning of disaggregation in English:

disaggregation

Pronunciation /dɪsˌaɡrəˈɡeɪʃ(ə)n/

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noun

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‘That disaggregation permits the creation of a wide range of new forms of governance, including relationships between national and international courts, that will be the backbone of a genuinely global justice system.’
  • ‘But lately, thanks to the proliferation of new cable channels and the rise of digital and wireless technology, the disaggregation of the old mass audience has taken on a furious momentum.’
  • ‘Where there are clear regional majorities of like-minded people who feel they share a common tradition or interest this can already be reflected in appropriate disaggregation of local government.’
  • ‘But there are also parts of the legislation, such as the disaggregation of performance data, which were long overdue and need to be embraced.’
  • ‘We are particularly interested in the potential of specialisation and disaggregation, nowadays increasingly utilised by better banks worldwide.’