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  • Other new cars on order will also be much more energy efficient.
  • They built an efficient system of public administration known for its attention to detail.
  • But the greatest problem was simple - forced labor is by nature less efficient than free labor.
  • Roman government was thus limited, but efficient in its use of the resources available to it.
  • New technology allowed a much more effective and efficient means of producing sugar.
  • Fish that are higher on the food chain are less efficient sources of food energy.
  • However, this process was not very efficient, and alternative production methods were sought.
  • The country generally has an efficient and widespread system of health care.
  • However, the greater the safety factor, the less efficient the design may be.
  • On the other hand they were on friendly terms and had an efficient working relationship which never broke down.
  • The efficient and effective operation of a business, and study of this subject, is called management.
  • They were a very efficient agricultural system and could provide up to seven crops a year.
  • For that which has not efficient causes is neither true nor false.
  • Every field of science has its own problems and needs efficient algorithms.
  • This has forced land-line service providers to become more efficient and improve their quality of service.
  • This feature makes it easy to develop efficient languages within languages.
  • Therefore an efficient way should be used to make the class vivid.
  • Besides its efficient industry, there also is a strong services sector.
  • If the answer is yes, many important problems can be shown to have more efficient solutions.
  • When used in chronic cases it has been much less efficient.
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Meaning of efficient

  • adjective Being effective without wasting time or effort or expense
    an efficient production manager, efficient engines save gas