facilitatory

IPA: fʌsˈɪɫʌteɪtɝi

adjective

  • That serves to facilitate.

Examples of "facilitatory" in Sentences

  • There is another facilitatory area in the posterior hypothalamus.
  • Government should play a facilitatory role only by providing the initial subsidy.
  • The state's role in housing was a facilitatory one and communities had to assist.
  • Government will continue to play a facilitatory role to address the interests of all stakeholders.
  • George, Herandien said the state's role in housing was a facilitatory one and communities had to assist.
  • The said legislation will be facilitatory in nature, rather than regulatory as it used to be in the past.
  • Van Niekerk said the government would merely play a facilitatory role and ensure the scheme was viable and sustainable without state subsidies.
  • Mr. Jeevarathinam credited the Labour Department's facilitatory role in registering willing students when they were receiving their certificates.
  • However, there are all sorts of things you can do to prevent that from happening, and I'm interested in the preventive things as well as the facilitatory things.
  • We have been impressed by the success of these initiatives in broadening access for workers to the economy, and believe that government must support the extension of such programmes through a facilitatory framework.

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