focuses

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  • The centre focuses on research into the nature of dark matter and dark energy.
  • In particular, the story focuses on the lives of two friends caught in the change.
  • It focuses on using communication to help different interests in the process understand each other.
  • The film focuses on the judge in the case and the possible reasons why he changed his mind.
  • The program focuses on the lives of the people in the community.
  • However, if one focuses less on the structure and more on the situation, some sense can be made.
  • In practice, projects typically have a dedicated quality control team which focuses on this area.
  • Another difference is that this form of poetry focuses less on style and more on meaning.
  • It was a clean cut, because it focuses you back onto that world.
  • The second level focuses on close relationships, such as those with family and friends.
  • Located beside the main beach, the museum focuses on the art of California.
  • At the elementary school level, social studies generally focuses first on the local community and family.
  • It primarily focuses on the issues of government, economic, security and defense relations.
  • This program focuses on creating a close relationship between the chosen scholars and the team.
  • The story focuses on poor people who struggle with their lack of self-esteem.
  • His writing focuses on the American foreign policy and the Middle East.
  • One of the main focuses of sixth form is preparation for entry into higher education.
  • Much research focuses on the self-concept, which is a person's understanding of his or her self.
  • The Future focuses on campus and local news coverage, but also features national and international stories.
  • This book focuses on what deism has to offer both individuals and society.
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Root form of focuses is focus for both verb and noun.

Meaning of focuses

  • 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