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Meritocracy
mer-it-OK-rə-see
Part of speech: noun
Origin: British English, 1958
1

A government system in which power and advancement is based upon talent and performance, rather than birthright or wealth

2

Any organizational structure in which people are judged based on achievement

Examples of Meritocracy in a sentence

“Democratic elections promote a meritocracy, instead of a monarchy, where power is passed down through the family.”

“The company has become more of a meritocracy, with regular performance reviews determining promotions and raises.”

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Meritocracy
mer-it-OK-rə-see
Part of speech: noun
Origin: British English, 1958
1

A government system in which power and advancement is based upon talent and performance, rather than birthright or wealth

2

Any organizational structure in which people are judged based on achievement

Examples of Meritocracy in a sentence

“Democratic elections promote a meritocracy, instead of a monarchy, where power is passed down through the family.”

“The company has become more of a meritocracy, with regular performance reviews determining promotions and raises.”

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