noun, plural ef·fi·cien·cies.
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OTHER WORDS FROM efficiencynon·ef·fi·cien·cy, nounsu·per·ef·fi·cien·cy, noun, plural su·per·ef·fi·cien·cies.
Example sentences from the Web for efficiency
It makes us refine our arguments, and search for greater efficiencies, and do our jobs better.A U.S. Thanksgiving—Family Style: Fractious but Friendly|Joshua DuBois|November 24, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Once you get sufficiently large, you can reap great efficiencies and thus boost profits.Amazon Stock May Be Up, but the Company Still Doesn’t Make Any Money|Daniel Gross|October 25, 2013|DAILY BEAST
And both natural gas and efficiencies benefit the environment and promise some move toward long-term sustainability.
He did in his speech renew his call for alternative forms of energy and for greater fuel efficiencies and public transportation.
And e-books provide efficiencies to publishers that simply don't exist in the physical world.
The best transformers actually show efficiencies better than 97 per cent.Physics|Willis Eugene Tower
In this process, things get values—something they did not possess before, although they had their efficiencies.Essays in Experimental Logic|John Dewey
To arrive at the over-all efficiency, the various partial or component efficiencies must be multiplied together.The New Gresham Encyclopedia|Various
Hence it is that the average efficiency of pumps of this kind is in practice less than the efficiencies given above.
In other words, the Prussian Empire, with all its perfections and efficiencies, has one notable defect—that it is a dead thing.Lord Kitchener|G. K. Chesterton