focussing focussing


  • (n) the concentration of attention or energy on something


  1. JNS continues to push the racisthate agenda by focussing on Sotomayor's ethnicity.
  2. When the rays reached the final focussing point, they were hot enough to melt a steel wire like an icicle in a frying pan.


  • Those adopting developmental politics will be re-elected: Kalam

    HYDERABAD: Former President APJ Kalam today said that people focussing on “developmental politics” in the country would get elected again in 2014. “According to me, politics has got two components — one is political politics and another is developmental politics.
    on June 21, 2013     Source: INDOlink


  1. "I don't agree with the view that's been expressed by Mr de Lacy," she said. "I've read the newspapers, and the thing that matters is not what's in the pages of the daily newspapers but focussing on making a difference to working families."
    on Jun 11, 2010 By: Julia Gillard Source: ABC Local

  2. "We're going into a World Cup where, on any given day, there's up to eight teams that can win it," Fleming said. "I don't think the world is focussing on Australia. I think there are other teams in West Indies conditions that will be just as...
    on Feb 19, 2007 By: Stephen Fleming Source:

  3. "Although a growing number of people might still be in Canada illegally, the good news is that the agency is focussing its available resources on the higher-risk individuals," Fraser commented.
    on May 6, 2008 By: Sheila Fraser Source:

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