devolution

英 [,diːvə'luːʃ(ə)n; ,dev-] 美 ['dɛvə'lʊʃən]
  • n. 相传,转移;委付;依次;落下
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devolution (n.)
1540s; see de- + evolution. Used in various legal and figurative senses; in biology, as the opposite of evolution, it is attested from 1882.
1. We are talking about devolution for Scotland.
我们在讨论向苏格兰分权的问题。

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2. The majority of people in the province are in favour of devolution.
该省大多数人赞成权力下放.

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3. The majority of Scots favour an autonomous Scotland involving devolution or complete independence.
大多数苏格兰人都赞成一个中央权力下放自治苏格兰或完全独立.

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4. A system of devolution exists but has not been implemented.
这是一项转换体系,但至今还未实施.

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5. The other difficulty concerns devolution.
另一个麻烦在于职权的下放.

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