[ UK /mˈæksɪmˌa‍ɪzɪŋ/ ]
  1. making as great as possible
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How To Use maximising In A Sentence

  • Since interviewers represent the interface between the research and the respondent, they have an important role in maximizing the response rate for the survey.
  • And "The neoconservative hubris, which sort of assigns to America some kind of geo-strategic responsibility for maximizing democracy, overstretches the resources of a free country. Firedoglake » Can Republicans Put Country Before Party?
  • It works well, maximising fuel economy and refinement while providing extra grip when it is needed. Times, Sunday Times
  • Experts offer the following tips maximizing your earnings over the course of your career.
  • Aardvarks, rabbits, zebras, and other animals that rely on a more sedentary diet opt for eyes on each side of the head, maximizing their ability to spot lurking dangers.
  • Economic maximizing and consumerism have induced workers not only to opt for overtime but to choose time-saving devices to aid in their leisure.
  • Meanwhile to maximizing attention to cutting costs and improving accuracy of delivery.
  • For economy's sake, and the success of the venture, the crew would be as small as was possible, maximising the volume of goods carried.
  • One possible strategy for maximizing the period of plant growth in snowbed habitats would be for seedlings to germinate as early as possible after snowmelt.
  • Maximising profit is in the nature of the animal, and if we want democratic choice, we cannot grudge commercial media exercising theirs.
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