noun (plural efficiencies)
- Sri Lanka has identified health as an area where information technology should be used to boost efficiency and service quality.
- The nation's translation industry is often criticized for its poor quality and lack of efficiency.
- He spends most of his time assessing quality and efficiency at the plant.
- Some projects which were funded simply achieved budgetary efficiencies, he said, and did not require as much money as had been first thought.
- Mr Prendergast said a constant and ongoing review is in place at Lakeland to identify where further operating efficiencies can be achieved.
- Environmental management can achieve efficiencies in how we operate at a business level, with resulting bottom line benefits.
- They emit no pollutants and have impressive energy efficiencies.
- Chiller energy efficiencies have steadily climbed over the past years.
- They appeal because of the very high energy efficiencies they offer and the lack of environmental impact.
Late 16th century (in the sense 'the fact of being an efficient cause'): from Latin efficientia, from efficere 'accomplish' (see effect).
Words that rhyme with efficiencyproficiency, sufficiency
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