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"focused" in British English

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focusedadjective

(also focussed) uk   /ˈfəʊ.kəst/  us   /ˈfoʊ-/

focused adjective (GIVING ATTENTION)

giving a lot of ​attention to one ​particular thing: the need for more focused ​research

focused adjective (PHOTOGRAPH)

clear: a focused ​image
(Definition of focused from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"focused" in Business English

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focusedadjective

(also focussed) uk   us   /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 ​chiefexecutive of the ​companyattributes 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
(Definition of focused from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “focused”
in Chinese (Simplified) 关注, 关注(某件特别的事情)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 關注, 集中關注一點的,目標明確的…
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