Hyperregulation vs Hyperregulate - What's the difference?

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Hyperregulation is a related term of hyperregulate.

As a noun hyperregulation

is excessive regulation.

As a verb hyperregulate is

regulate to an excessive degree; stifle with a plethora of rules.




  • excessive regulation
  • hyperregulate


    Alternative forms

    * hyper-regulate


  • Regulate to an excessive degree; stifle with a plethora of rules.
  • * 2000 : United States Congress House Committee on the Judiciary, Internet Freedom Act and Internet Growth and Development Act of 1999: Hearing Before the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, One Hundred Sixth Congress, First Session, on H.R. 1686 and H.R. 1685 , part 2, page 48] ([[w:United States Government Printing Office, United States Government Printing Office])
  • If the FCC truly believes there are going to be plenty of broadband options soon, a “no-opoly,” why is the FCC planning to hyperregulate the local telcos' DSL spectrum and DSL offerings?
  • * 2005 : Maryfrances Ruth Porter, The Exploration of Mechanisms Linking Adolescent Attachment Organization and Friendship Competence , page 12] ([[w:University of Virginia, University of Virginia])
  • Teens with insecure-dismissing states of mind, as well as those who hyperregulate /deactivate their attachment system and defensively exclude […]
  • * 2008 : Gregory S. Parks [ed.], Julianne Malveaux [foreword], and Marc Morial [afterword], Black Greek-Letter Organizations in the Twenty-First Century: Our Fight Has Just Begun , page 331] ([http://www.kentuckypress.com/viewbook.cfm?Category_ID=1&Group=2&ID=1449 University Press of Kentucky; ISBN 9780813124919)
  • These nonblack members are trying to synthesize the tension of an anti-discrimination logic, a multicultural yearning for diversity, and a simultaneous defense of BGLOs’ core “blackness”. How do the multicultural nationalists navigate this tricky terrain? They hyperregulate other nonblack aspirants’ access to their BGLOs.
  • (biology) To regulate (salt content etc) to a greater than normal degree