Adjective "focused" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/ˈfəʊkəst/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Directing a great deal of attention, interest, or activity towards a particular aim.
  1. 'he seems to be very focused on the new challenge'
  2. 'Feed mills with a volume of less than 999 tons per year to 9,999 tons focused on beef feed.'
  3. 'We make deliberate, focused - deliberately focused attack.'
  4. 'In the 1980s, we became the first regionally-based law firm to open a London office, focused on corporate transactions.'
  5. 'Design for energy conservation need not depend solely on engineers focused on mechanical solutions.'
  6. 'Right now everybody is focused like a laser beam on the economy.'
  7. 'To gain an insight into the role of 4-fucosylation during development, the study focused on tobacco flowers.'
  8. 'I would say yes, focused meditation might add to becoming more of a boulder.'
  9. 'Recent antitumor research has been focused on tyrosine kinase growth factor receptors.'
  10. 'Now in college, he is taking a very good course - elective, not required - focused on the roots of Western culture.'
  11. 'Section 2 of the instrument primarily focused on anxiety management.'

Definitions

1. a central point, as of attraction, attention, or activity: The need to prevent a nuclear war became the focus of all diplomatic efforts.

2. Physics. a point at which rays of light, heat, or other radiation meet after being refracted or reflected.

3. Optics. the focal point of a lens, on which rays converge or from which they deviate. the focal length of a lens; the distance from a focal point to a corresponding princi

More examples(as adjective)

"people can be focused on things."

"people can be focused on importances."

"markets can be focused on rights."

"investors can be focused on datas."

"banks can be focused on budgets."

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Origin

(focus)