bottom-up [bot-uh m-uhp] Examples adjective

  1. of, relating to, or originating with the common people, nonprofessionals, or the lower ranks of an organization: The five-day workweek was a bottom-up movement some business leaders and politicians finally supported.

Examples from the Web for bottom-up Contemporary Examples of bottom-up

  • But the bottom-up, community-centered union model that the CTU exemplifies refutes those claims.

    Could Rahm Lose to This Infamous Union Leader?

    Kathleen Geier

    July 3, 2014

  • Now, because of bottom-up sources like Sina Weibo, this fundamental balance was starting to shift.

    China’s Weibo Losing Users

    Matt Schiavenza

    January 25, 2014

  • The lack of available candidates is a bottom-up problem, and not necessarily a top-down problem.

    SNL’s Kenan Thompson and the Invisible Black Women of Comedy

    Tricia Romano

    October 17, 2013

  • At its core, the Republican Party is a bottom-up, anti-authoritarian working- and middle-class party.

    Republicans Push Back as Rove Aims to Appoint Himself Kingmaker

    Lloyd Green

    February 10, 2013

  • Among those patterns is a tendency for attacks to be “bottom-up,” that is, not organized by the leader of a cohesive group.

    Trying to Identify the Next Far-Right Extremist Before He Shoots

    Eliza Shapiro

    August 10, 2012

  • Historical Examples of bottom-up

  • It takes a long time to learn to fly on to a bottom-up bucket.

    The Strand Magazine, Volume V, Issue 27, March 1893


  • The example of agriculture presents a bottom-up structure of pre-literate nature, based mainly on reaction.

    The Civilization of Illiteracy

    Mihai Nadin

  • Instead of the top- down model of politics, we can experience a combination of bottom-up and top-down procedures.

    The Civilization of Illiteracy

    Mihai Nadin

  • The bottom-up boat already had more men than it would hold and it was sinking.

    Sinking of the Titanic


  • British Dictionary definitions for bottom-up bottom-up adjective

    1. from the lowest level of a hierarchy or process to the topa bottom-up approach to corporate decision-making

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