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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishglorifiedglo‧ri‧fied /ˈɡlɔːrɪfaɪd/ adjective [only before noun]  EXAGGERATEmade to seem like something more important Many bosses view secretaries as no more than glorified typists.
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glorifiedAt a deeper level, the problem is far more than a kind of glorified managerial challenge.A very early concept was that of the Akh, meaning glorified or transfigured spirit.The main characters are all glorified psychopaths, with little to choose between hero or villain in terms of basic humanity.My title is "Editorial Assistant, " but I'm really just a glorified secretary.Their bosses view them as no more than glorified typists and they are denied career opportunities.Everything about the industry glorified waste.The meetings are not meant to serve as glorified works councils, hammering out grand agreements on petty feuds.
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