focus

All Noun Verb
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  • He eventually abandoned his studies to focus full-time on the band.
  • Most are focused on the five men standing in the center of the room.
  • Another key area of research is focused on an opportunity rather than a problem.
  • He believed that work of quality should be brief and focus on a specific single effect.
  • He began to focus on more important aspects of life in his poetry.
  • The centre focuses on research into the nature of dark matter and dark energy.
  • While the network plays music from around the world, it has a strong focus on local artists.
  • The focus of the Roman senate was usually directed towards foreign policy.
  • Marks left teaching the following year to focus full-time on writing.
  • Daily life rather than eternal life became the focus of board games.
  • These focused on technology and its social effects in different ways.
  • The main focus centers around the relationship between the husband and wife.
  • Much debate has been focused on where and what the subject is.
  • It originally focused on regional areas but now covers all areas of Australia.
  • Their collection then takes on a more specific focus.
  • Over time, the focus changed to helping people, especially families, become more self sufficient.
  • For businesses to create effective plans they need to focus upon the following key questions.
  • The company will focus only on the online edition and other educational tools.
  • Some groups focus solely on one cultural tradition, while others draw from several.
  • Some art historians focus their study of the development of art on the classical world.
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Meaning of focus

  • noun The concentration of attention or energy on something
    the focus of activity shifted to molecular biology, he had no direction in his life
  • noun Maximum clarity or distinctness of an image rendered by an optical system
    in focus, out of focus
  • noun Maximum clarity or distinctness of an idea
    the controversy brought clearly into focus an important difference of opinion
  • noun A central point or locus of an infection in an organism
    the focus of infection
  • noun A point of convergence of light (or other radiation) or a point from which it diverges
  • noun A fixed reference point on the concave side of a conic section
  • verb Cause to converge on or toward a central point
    Focus the light on this image
  • verb Become focussed or come into focus
    The light focused
  • verb Put (an image) into focus; we cannot enjoy the movie"
    Please focus the image