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high-priority

Syllabification: high-pri·or·i·ty

Definition of high-priority in English:

adjective

Of great importance: a high-priority project inequality and poverty are high-priority social problems
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  • Researchers worked with local community leaders to identify high-priority issues.
  • CEOs could still gain some goodies this year, mostly by attaching provisions to a few high-priority bills that don't have anything to do with tax cuts.
  • Access to information about patients' medical conditions and quality relationships with healthcare staff are high-priority needs for these families.

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