Definition of derestriction in English:

derestriction

Pronunciation /ˌdērəˈstrikSH(ə)n/ /ˌdirəˈstrɪkʃ(ə)n/

noun

See derestrict

‘Only the working party can take the initiative to approve and recommend the derestriction and publication of the study.’
  • ‘If these derestrictions are done correctly the differences shown in the dyno curves will be apparent.’
  • ‘I do not believe that the derestriction approach of letting the market find its balance will work.’
  • ‘Working documents from certain bodies are treated differently, and are considered for derestriction on a regular six-month cycle.’
  • ‘Similarly, EU derestrictions of border movements mean that students from the EU do not have to have a visa to study in the UK.’