spreading concept

spreading concept

[′spred·iŋ ‚kän‚sept]
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Companies large and small are paying lots of attention to the new, spreading concept of the "market of one," which is a major departure from the idea of building something and trying to sell it to as many people as possible.
Depicting such flaws in the first and subsequent marriages, she argues, indicates a resistance to the spreading concept of the affective family.
After signing the agreement, the Minister hailed the distinctive efforts exerted by the UK government in propping up the political settlement in Yemen, noting to the importance of learning other languages for their contribution in spreading concepts of harmony, peace and love in addition to their role in promoting the values of dialogue and coexistence among all people.
He also noted that the award would help in spreading concepts of excellence, creativity, quality and generalisation of the best administrative and professional practices in the field of electronic government services, which lead to applying the most efficient and developed methods in the government sector.
Bapco is one of the leading companies in spreading concepts of health and safety to serve the community," he said.