[ UK /fˈə‍ʊkəszt/ ]
[ US /ˈfoʊkəst, ˈfoʊkɪst/ ]
  1. being in focus or brought into focus
  2. (of light rays) converging on a point
    focused light rays can set something afire
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How To Use focussed In A Sentence

  • The physical geography section provided the key topics that candidates would have focussed on, such as landform development. - Frontpage RSS Feed
  • This in turn is connected with a third and still more distinctive feature of the class of desires we are considering, viz., the way one's attention is focussed on the possibility for action that strikes one as pleasant.
  • He crept up the singles draw, away from limelight focussed on the seeded players, till the final when he became an object of curiosity.
  • Episodes focussed on English language classes taken by Mr Brown, and involved his frustrated attempts to teach a class of diverse foreign students.
  • So being away from Hollywood kind of keeps me clear-headed and focussed into what's really important, into having a life inside of show business.
  • Judicious use of drugs, supervised individualised treatment, focussed clinical, radiological and bacteriological follow up, use of surgery at the appropriate juncture are key factors in the successful management of these patients.
  • We will be fully focussed and we will give them the respect they deserve but not too much.
  • Being a low-cost carrier, we'll remain focussed on providing the best prices to customers. SpiceJet Plans to Start More Flights to Colombo, Kathmandu
  • In the early years, Tom focussed on developing the land and building his sheep and cattle business into a pastoral empire worth tens of millions of dollars.
  • Pete on the other hand went from bad to worse until his eyes became unfocussed, his speech slurred and his dancing dangerous to passers by.
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