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The new chairman of the committee of managing directors promised ""behavioural and cultural change"" at top levels of the company.
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behavioural — British English spelling of BEHAVIORAL (Cf. behavioral) (q.v.); for spelling, see OR (Cf. or) … Etymology dictionary
behavioural — (Brit.) be havÂ·iourÂ·al || É™rÉ™l adj. pertaining to behavior, of conduct (also behavioral) … English contemporary dictionary
behavioural — [[t]bɪhe͟ɪvjərəl[/t]] ADJ: ADJ n Behavioural means relating to the behaviour of a person or animal, or to the study of their behaviour. ...Emotional and behavioural problems. ...behavioral scientists. (in AM, use behavioral) … English dictionary
behavioural — adj. Behavioural/behavioral is used with these nouns: ↑characteristic, ↑difficulty, ↑disorder, ↑disturbance, ↑ecology, ↑economics, ↑intervention, ↑manifestation, ↑measure, ↑modification, ↑ … Collocations dictionary
behavioural */ — UK [bɪˈheɪvjərəl] / US adjective relating to the way someone behaves behavioural problems Derived word: behaviourally adverb … English dictionary
behavioural — behaviour (US behavior) ► NOUN ▪ the way in which someone or something behaves. DERIVATIVES behavioural adjective … English terms dictionary
behavioural — adj. (US behavioral) of or relating to behaviour. Phrases and idioms: behavioural science the scientific study of human behaviour (see BEHAVIOURISM). Derivatives: behaviouralist n … Useful english dictionary
behavioural — adjective Of or pertaining to behaviour. See Also: behaviouralism … Wiktionary
behavioural — be|hav|iour|al [ bı heıvjərəl ] the British spelling of behavioral … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
behavioural — (US behavioral) adjective involving, relating to, or emphasizing behaviour. Derivatives behaviourally adverb … English new terms dictionary