Definition of decertification in US English:

decertification

noun

  • See decertify

    • ‘In the event of a walkout, FM risks decertification.’
    • ‘The UFCW has done nothing to stop the centre from continuing to use scab labor throughout the strike, prompting some workers to seek decertification.’
    • ‘The threat of decertification (which allows the United States to freeze aid to countries not complying with drug collaboration policies) has been a major influencing factor.’
    • ‘Ohio State University law professor Dan Tokaji represented the plaintiffs in Common Cause v. Jones, the case that led to California's decertification of punch cards by 2004.’
    • ‘Last month's coverage of the closure of the Irving-owned Saint John shipyard and the decertification of five unions reveals examples of this classic response.’

Pronunciation

decertification

/-ˌsərtəfiˈkāSHən/