Definition of single-minded in English:

single-minded

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adjective

Derivatives

single-mindedly

adverb
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  • It means they're not distracted, and they can single-mindedly focus on the other team.
  • But instead of tackling the myriad social challenges that it inherited, the Chen government single-mindedly pursued a course of political and cultural separation from the mainland.
  • It focuses attention on fundamental issues - freedom, the institution's values, the corporation's mission - and strives single-mindedly to preserve and strengthen them.

single-mindedness

noun
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  • ‘It was Harry's single-mindedness and determination not to be deterred that helped win the day,’ he added.
  • Then all that is left is a spark of single-mindedness inside which decides against blue curtains and fish, that which sees sunlight on a leaf simply for what it is.
  • That stubborn single-mindedness sustained him in his ascent and his struggles in Suharto's system, and gave him his charisma.

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