- 1Designate or treat (something) as being very or most important: the department has failed to prioritize safety within the oil industryMore example sentences
- Training staff at the front of the club to sell retail is as important as prioritizing the sale of spa products within that portion of the facility.
- It is important to prioritise good news stories and to release these stories and progress of positive and worthy projects into the public domain.
- But it's important to prioritise financial commitments in these circumstances.
- 1.1Determine the order for dealing with (a series of items or tasks) according to their relative importance: age affects the way people prioritize their goalsMore example sentences
- Time was the key and in essence tasks had to be prioritized in the order of importance.
- Demand is increasing for research to be prioritised according to the importance of health issues, and burden of disease measures have been proposed to aid this process.
- These different roles must be prioritised in their order of importance in your life.
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- Each page included questions to encourage discussion and prioritization of policies and projects.
- He explained, however, that the allocations for administration and general expenses of the tourism State agencies have been reduced somewhat which will require greater savings and prioritisation in operations next year.
- All potential projects are being reviewed at present with a view to prioritisation and rephasing.