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Definition of "localisation" []

  • To make or become local in attitude, behaviour, etc (verb)
  • To restrict or confine (something) to a particular area or part (verb)
  • To assign or ascribe to a particular region (verb)
  • Alternative spelling of localization. (noun)

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Use "localisation" in a sentence
  • "Our approach to the issue of governance must therefore respond to these strictures, bearing in mind also the observations made by the World Bank about the universal tendency towards what it defines as localisation, which it says "reflects the growing desire of people for a greater say in their government ...""
  • "World Bank about the universal tendency towards what it defines as localisation, which it says "reflects the growing desire of people for a greater say in their government ...""
  • "Whilst the discourse of localisation is needed and quite rightly promoted, there needs to be considerations around the inherent contradictions that all three parties face when using it."