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Pareto optimaladjective

uk   us   ECONOMICS, WORKPLACE, PRODUCTION
using or dividing resources (= time, money, employees, etc.) in a way that results in a situation where nobody is doing worse than before, and at least one person is doing better: If the operation is not yet Pareto optimal, this is because people who are powerful in the inefficient system are reluctant to change.
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