extremely, fairly, very, etc.

The organization is highly bureaucratic.

overly, unnecessarily
Bureaucratic is used with these nouns: ↑administration, ↑apparatus, ↑blunder, ↑delay, ↑hierarchy, ↑incompetence, ↑inefficiency, ↑inertia, ↑interference, ↑maze, ↑muddle, ↑nightmare, ↑obstacle, ↑obstruction, ↑red tape, ↑structure, ↑system

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