Definition of enviro in English:

enviro

Syllabification: en·vi·ro
Pronunciation: /enˈvīrō
 
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noun (plural enviros)

informal
  • An environmentalist: command-and-control solutions demanded by the more radical enviros
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    • Editor's note: I believe the radical enviros actually know the facts above, and I have have had private conversations that bear out my belief.
    • Enviros say their logistical plans are evolving alongside their message.
    • Perhaps even more objectionable from enviros ' standpoint is the report's proposal to eliminate the independent commissions and boards that govern the regulation of California's air, water and utilities.

adjective

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  • Environmental: an enviro group that combats the committee’s advocates for Western ranching, mining, and energy interests
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    • The NCC takes a radically different approach to environmentalism than the enviro groups you're probably more familiar with.
    • At the time, the DC enviro lobby largely bit their tongues.
    • The balance sheet on enviro impacts depends on fuel/power source.

Origin

shortening.

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