Framework [noun]

Definition of Framework:

foundation, core

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Sentence/Example of Framework:

So, the intelligence community worries about who are the terrorist groups or the foreigners, or external threats that might challenge the institutions in the democratic framework of a country.

The company aims to introduce about 75 new electric car models through by 2029, according to its green-finance framework.

Changes within company law itself must occur, so that corporations are better positioned to support the restoration of that framework and govern themselves internally in a manner that respects their workers and society.

Having a sensibly regulated and moderated framework for how platforms work with news publishers — which helps to maintain the news ecosystem which Facebook and Google claim they’re so committed to— hat’s what everybody wants to see.

Within the gold industry itself, companies are building policies around the World Gold Council’s Responsible Gold Mining Principles — a comprehensive framework that will align mining companies with the sentiments of ESG investors.

The First 90 Days provides a helpful framework for managing through a transition.

Progressives Democrats have introduced the Breathe Act which provides a framework for defunding.

That’s why, we’re seeing a shift in thinking about software — not just a tool, but a string of actions that dictate a certain business framework and a specific market segment.

He’s best-known for creating a popular framework for analyzing the competitiveness of different industries.

The circumstances surrounding the pandemic and remote work have disrupted normal lines of office and board room communication, in many cases siloing meetings to Zoom calls where there is an entirely new framework for expression.