[ UK /ɪfˈɪʃəntli/ ]
[ US /ɪˈfɪʃəntɫi/ ]
  1. with efficiency; in an efficient manner
    he functions efficiently
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How To Use efficiently In A Sentence

  • She efficiently drugged me out until six in the morning, when I phoned Chris's bleeper and got his return call five minutes later. They didn’t read Pitchfork or Stereogum or Gorilla vs. Bear or Hipster Runoff
  • The chemical industry is under pressure to reduce its impact on the environment and to run its operations as cleanly and efficiently as possible.
  • It reduces engine shudder and powers the moving parts much more efficiently, being directly connected to the drivetrain. The Sun
  • Perhaps tools like moviolas might have more efficiently weeded out the dabblers - it's hard to say since moviolas were part of a more elitist type of technology and denied many an opportunity.
  • Gob Woodhull, an imaginary son of the real 19th-century feminist, spiritualist and free-love advocate Victoria Woodhull, loses his twin brother in the Civil War and builds a vast and elaborate machine whose purpose is to "grieve" so efficiently that it will bring all of history's dead back to life. Time Tripping
  • To make sure your system operates efficiently, examine it frequently, checking for leaks, clogs, or misdirected sprinklers or drip-emitters.
  • Keeping the notebook is also (I think) spurring me to work more efficiently (I must have some progress to report each time!). The part-time post-doc
  • The new buret design allows automatic reagent exchange quickly and efficiently. ThomasNet News - Today's New Product News
  • Correct and fast reforms in this area would help the country fight corruption more efficiently.
  • And when they farm - if they farm at all - they do so inefficiently, in smallholdings, largely at the mercy of nature.
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