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Definition of "laxer" []

  • Comparative form of lax: more lax (adjective)
  • Lacrosse player (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "laxer" in a sentence
  • "The owners want to significantly reduce overall spending, and the players union is willing to concede a smaller reduction if accompanied by other concessions, notably including instruments such as laxer trade rules that could be used to widen N.B.A."
  • "In a forthcoming article in the Yale Journal on Regulation, Levitin argues that regulatory arbitrage is inevitable in current financial regulatory system that features multiple regulators for essentially equivalent institutions: financial institutions will seek out the most permissive regulator, and regulators have incentives to engage in laxer regulation to attract regulatees."
  • "With the Glass-Steagall Act, separating investment banking and deposit-taking, still in force in the US, Britain's laxer regime brought an influx of US firms, with their chinos, booze-free lunch-breaks and bumper bonuses, helping to bust open the old City cliques."