Definition of "systemwide" [systemwide]

  • Throughout a system. (adjective)

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Use "systemwide" in a sentence
  • "Such numbers translate into big savings for railroads, which figure that each mile per hour of speed they can add systemwide translates into fewer cars, locomotives and crew members."
  • "From the vantage point of a year later, maybe the problem is not that financiers lost too much but that they lost too little - systemwide, that is: obviously Lehman staff paid a high price."
  • "An alternative approach, which has been called systemwide or macroprudential oversight, would broaden the mandate of regulators and supervisors to encompass consideration of potential systemic risks and weaknesses as well."