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Pronunciation of Hierarchic: Learn how to pronounce Hierarchic in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word hierarchy:

noun (plural hierarchies)
a system in which members of an organization or society are ranked according to relative status or authority:
the initiative was with those lower down in the hierarchy
[mass noun]:
the trend is to get away from hierarchy and control
(the hierarchy) the clergy of the Catholic Church or of an episcopal Church:
the Roman Catholic hierarchy in Romania
(the hierarchy) the upper echelons of a hierarchical system:
the magazine was read quite widely even by some of the hierarchy
an arrangement or classification of things according to relative importance or inclusiveness:
a taxonomic hierarchy of phyla, classes, orders, families, genera, and species
Theology the traditional system of orders of angels and other heavenly beings:
the heavenly hierarchy
Derivatives

hierarchic

Pronunciation: /-ˈrɑːkɪk/

adjective
hierarchization

noun
hierarchize

(also hierarchise) verb
Origin:

late Middle English: via Old French and medieval Latin from Greek hierarkhia, from hierarkhēs ‘sacred ruler’ (see hierarch). The earliest sense was ‘system of orders of angels and heavenly beings’; the other senses date from the 17th century