[ UK /mˈæksɪmˌa‍ɪz/ ]
  1. make the most of
    He maximized his role
  2. make as big or large as possible
    Maximize your profits!
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How To Use maximise In A Sentence

  • Demanding that trials maximise their gathering of information on toxicology improves a protocol's balance of risk and social value.
  • In outdoor soccer, athletic attributes like speed and strength can be maximised.
  • If you really want a professional website that maximises your idea's potential, then get in the professionals.
  • Bullets cause injury by transferring their energy into the body tissues; the design of the bullet influences this process, with hollow nosed or dumdum bullets being designed to maximise energy transfer.
  • Indeed, their modus operandi often appears to be to maximise that damage. Times, Sunday Times
  • However, this will allow you to maximise your print solution with less copy and more white space for a cleaner more effective advertisement.
  • Government policy that maximises profitability of businesses needs to be devised.
  • The Government is keen to maximise this export potential across all the public services.
  • We will actively manage your portfolio to maximise the return on your investment.
  • Although not illegal, charging double fares by breaking journeys into different segments to maximise profits on one route is downright immoral.
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