workstream

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

work +‎ stream

Noun[edit]

workstream ‎(plural workstreams)

  1. The organised output of several distinct, and often unrelated, work groups.
    • 2009, Feb 11, “Nils Pratley”, in A sorry excuse for an apology[The Guardian]:
      Northern Rock had already cracked by the time RBS bought ABN Amro, pointed out one MP. McKillop protested that "15 workstreams" at RBS were saying the numbers on the deal still made sense

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