optimally

[ UK /ˈɒptɪmə‍li/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in an optimal and most desirable way
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How To Use optimally In A Sentence

  • Spending time adjusting the combine optimally and maintaining it in top condition pays off quickly.
  • Since we are more effectively utilizing our manpower, we can then optimally man our units.
  • Immediately take the person out of direct sunlight immediately to a cooler, shady spot - optimally an air-conditioned room - and call for medical help.
  • Because they can optimally integrate the entire process--from preadmission preparation to the surgery process to rehabilitation to discharge--value-adding process hospitals can do their work at substantially reduced cost, with much higher levels of quality. Disrupting The Hospital Business Model
  • We are aware of the fact that pedestrian subways and flyovers are not optimally used.
  • Advanced diesel injection systems optimally atomize fuel, reduce the work and expense necessitated by exhaust gas after treatment and enable higher efficiency.
  • Optimally it should be at least 100 feet from any paved or concreate surface. More on Asphalt « Climate Audit
  • The anatomical position of her spine could not be viewed optimally because of the pronounced lordosis, and this could prolong the procedure.
  • Optimally utilize resources and to ensure clear leader ship in manufacturing technology.
  • That's the position at which the lower back muscles optimally pull the rhomboid muscle, which is connected to the lats.
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