Definition of bikeshed
- to debate at length on an unimportant decision.
We need to stop bikeshedding and come to a consensus.
We've been bikeshedding about the font choice all morning.
- See more words with the same meaning: corporate-speak (list of).
- For origin information, see the Wikipedia page for Parkinson's Law of Triviality.
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Other terms relating to 'corporate-speak (list of)':
|Definitions include: from now, into the future.|
|Definitions include: an item on a "to do" list.|
|Definitions include: to reduce the number of people employed in an organization or company to the point that there are no longer enough to carry out the work effectively.|
|Definitions include: crazy, irrational.|
|Definitions include: to stick one's head up out of a cubicle to look at something.|
|Definitions include: pejorative term for the formal language used in legal speech and legal documents.|
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|Definitions include: cool.|
|Definitions include: marketing material.|
|Definitions include: see emo.|
|Definitions include: of a woman, to receive sex.|
|Definitions include: a mixture of powdered high-sugar substances eaten or snorted by children and adolescents.|
|Definitions include: to hit. Often spoken as a sound effect when playfully hitting a friend, especially when they do or say something stupid.|
|Definitions include: Telling someone off; pointing out what the other person did wrong; a confrontation; i.e. giving someone what for|
|Definitions include: the point at which a plan must be carried out in full.|
|Definitions include: a "gin and tonic" drink.|
|Definitions include: to have fun, act crazy with a group of friends. Note: also pronounced as "wilin'".|
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