Definition of departmental in English:

departmental

Syllabification: de·part·men·tal
Pronunciation: /dēˌpärtˈmen(t)l
 
/

adjective

Concerned with or belonging to a department of an organization: a departmental meeting
More example sentences
  • He should avoid the temptation of wasting time in departmental meetings.
  • She suggests setting up small departmental group meetings so that no employee is singled out.
  • No wonder some departmental meetings seem interminable and cyclic in substance!

Derivatives

departmentally

adverb
More example sentences
  • While the official stance is that equal weight is given to at least scholarly activity and teaching ability, the application of such policy language is departmentally specific.
  • Programmes are run departmentally with little vertical compartmentalisation.
  • A departmentally run canteen and store inside the campus will render good service to the patients, students and staff.

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