Definitions for centricˈsɛn trɪk
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word centric
having or situated at or near a center
Being in the centre; central.
Pertaining to a nerve centre.
Being a member of the class Centrales
Origin: From κεντρικός.
alt. of Centrical
The numerical value of centric in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of centric in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
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This is definitely a clear cut win for those in favor of a multi-national, more Euro-centric view of politics.
There needs to be a reset in cultural values to become more cyber hygienic and security-centric in regards to virtual connectivity
Barclays ... remains far too hierarchical, bureaucratic and group-centric, i therefore want to see much more streamlined processes.
The challenges in making it work is you're buying a huge European-centric organization, and history has said it's hard to get synergies in Europe.
The challenges in making it work is you ’re buying a huge European-centric organization, and history has said it ’s hard to get synergies in Europe.
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