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focused

adjective ( also focussed)
 
 
/ˈfəʊkəst/
giving a lot of attention, time, effort, etc. to one particular area of a business, and knowing exactly what you want to achieve: The chief executive of the company attributes their success to focused marketing.a focused approach/effort There should be more focused effort on improving the availability and quality of these products. a focused business/company/organization →  See also customer-focused
Translations of “focused”
in Chinese (Traditional) 關注, 集中關注一點的,目標明確的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 关注, 关注(某件特别的事情)…
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