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  • Inroads — was founded in 1970 by Frank C. Carr to fix what he perceived to be a lack of ethnic diversity in corporate America. INROADS originally launched with only 25 interns working at 17 sponsoring corporations in the Chicago area. Since then, INROADS… …   Wikipedia

  • inroads — n. 1) to make inroads 2) deep inroads 3) inroads in, into, on, upon (to make inroads on the freedom of the press) * * * into on upon (to make inroads on the freedom of the press) deep inroads to make inroads inroadsin …   Combinatory dictionary

  • inroads — also inroad noun make inroads into/on a) to become more and more successful, powerful, or popular and so take away power, trade, votes etc from a competitor or enemy: Video is making huge inroads into attendance figures at movie theaters. b) to… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • inroads — [[t]ɪ̱nroʊdz[/t]] PHRASE: V inflects, usu PHR into n If one thing makes inroads into another, the first thing starts affecting or destroying the second. In Italy, as elsewhere, television has made deep inroads into cinema …   English dictionary

  • inroads — [ˈɪnˌrəʊdz] noun make inroads into/in/on sth to take or use a large part of something[/ex] European cars have started to make inroads into the Japanese market.[/ex] …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • inroads — noun The beginnings of progress; penetration of a problem; initial steps. Three weeks into it, I am finally beginning to make inroads on this project …   Wiktionary

  • inroads — in·road || ɪnrəʊd n. attack, intrusion, invasion; trespass …   English contemporary dictionary

  • make inroads into something — make inroads into/in/on/something phrase to take or use a large part of something European cars have started to make inroads into the Japanese market. All these repair bills are making huge inroads into my savings. Thesaurus: to use all or a lot… …   Useful english dictionary

  • make inroads on something — make inroads into/in/on/something phrase to take or use a large part of something European cars have started to make inroads into the Japanese market. All these repair bills are making huge inroads into my savings. Thesaurus: to use all or a lot… …   Useful english dictionary

  • make inroads in sth — make inroads in/into sth ► to start to have a noticeable and positive effect on something: »The grant for a new job creation scheme should make inroads into the community s unemployment problem. »U.S. consumer goods companies are finally making… …   Financial and business terms

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