It can already bid to provide services more cheaply or efficiently than, say, the army could.
The market effectively and efficiently evaluates the outcome of the activist plans as being good for the company—period.
Because of how very sensitive he is, he knows exactly how to efficiently and effectively hurt someone.
“We can do this efficiently and we can do a good job,” he says.
The hair was shorn after the gassings, then efficiently dried in the crematoria so it could be industrially spun into carpeting.
The stable, disciplined majorities without which it can never be efficiently conducted would be at an end.
Hawkes worked quietly, efficiently, and lost the first four rounds.
When crops are in drills they can be efficiently thinned, weeded and hoed—in other words, they can be cultivated.
It is also well known that it will efficiently purify water.
If his work is not efficiently done, the entire production is greatly impeded.
"capable of producing the desired effect," late 14c., "making, producing immediate effect," from Old French efficient and directly from Latin efficientem (nominative efficiens) "effective, efficient, producing, active," present participle of efficere "work out, accomplish" (see effect). Meaning "productive, skilled" is from 1787. Related: Efficiently.