alertness : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n the process of paying close and continuous attention
- n a state of readiness to respond
- n lively attentiveness
- Turn it on, and it springs to life with a surprising sense of alertness--almost as if it had a personality.
- But something else is present, thanks in part to Zaillian's alertness to Warren's nuances.
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- Jean-Claude Trichet in BusinessWeek
We are constantly alert to price risks,Trichet said. "Credible alertness is the essence of what we are doing. We know for that reason that inflation expectations are very solidly anchored, as everyone can see."
- Ehud Olmert in Zawya
Let it be clear, we will make no compromise on our security...... No one should get the wrong impression over our determination and our alertness on any front. We are not afraid of any confrontation or threat,Olmert said.
- Pranab Mukherjee in Sify
On reported concerns expressed by senior Army officers on facilities on the Chinese side, Mukherjee said "there is no question of letting down our vigilance and alertness."