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people-oriented Line breaks: people-orient¦ed

Entry from British & World English dictionary

(also chiefly British people-orientated)

Definition of people-oriented in English:

adjective

Skilled at or focused on interaction with people: a people-oriented business like consulting
More example sentences
  • Girls were more likely to be people-oriented and placed a higher value on English than mathematics, while boys ranked the value of mathematics more highly.
  • The firm, celebrated for its imaginative, site-specific, people-oriented workmanship, has earned previous recognition for groundbreaking work in housing and community-based projects.
  • Men, like women, are perfectly able to be people-oriented leaders, caring parents, good listeners, and true friends in time of need.

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