Definición de red tape en inglés:

red tape

Silabificación: red tape

sustantivo

Excessive bureaucracy or adherence to rules and formalities, especially in public business: this law will just create more red tape
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • He says local government red tape is killing housing availability and affordability.
  • The Scottish economy cannot afford the tourist industry to be hamstrung by red tape and bureaucracy any longer.
  • You will encounter government regulations and red tape in your chosen country.

Origen

early 18th century: so named because of the red or pink tape used to bind and secure official documents.

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