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low-priority

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Definition of low-priority in English:

adjective

Not urgent or of great importance: a low-priority task
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  • Low-priority complaints (ie, complaints about issues that do not endanger patients) are initiated within 70 days and completed within 75 days after initiation.
  • He feared the plan could see resources devoted to targeting low-priority cases.
  • I doubt that I will ever give up e-mail but there is no way I use it for anything other than a low-priority background task, worthy of the same headspace as sifting through the contents of my letter box at home.

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