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maladministration Syllabification: mal·ad·min·is·tra·tion
Pronunciation: /ˌmalədˌminəˈstrāSH(ə)n/

Definition of maladministration in English:

noun

formal
Inefficient or dishonest administration; mismanagement: I found no maladministration in the committee’s actions
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  • We have only the Roman account, but it is enough to reveal maladministration ranging from the callously negligent to the undeniably criminal.
  • There were no findings of maladministration, or wrong doing in the management of the Regional Partnerships Program.
  • On the contrary they are those that have been unable to participate in globalisation because of war, corruption, or maladministration.

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