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Focussed vs. Focused

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Focussedadjective

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Focusedadjective

Directing all one's efforts towards achieving a particular goal.

Focussedverb

(British) focus

Focusedadjective

Dealing with some narrowly defined aspects of a broader phenomenon.

Focussed

same as focused (in all senses).

Focusedverb

simple past tense and past participle of focus

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Focussedadjective

being in focus or brought into focus

Focused

being in focus or brought into focus; clearly delineated; - of an image. Opposite of unfocused.

Focussedadjective

(of light rays) converging on a point;

‘focused light rays can set something afire’;

Focused

converging on a point; - of light rays; as, focused light rays can set something afire.

Focused

concentrated on or clustered around a central point or purpose.

Focusedadjective

of an optical system (e.g. eye or opera glasses) adjusted to produce a clear image

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Focusedadjective

being in focus or brought into focus

Focusedadjective

(of light rays) converging on a point;

‘focused light rays can set something afire’;

Focusedadjective

concentrated on or clustered around a central point or purpose

Focusedadjective

directing a great deal of attention, interest, or activity towards a particular aim

‘Darren knows what he wants and he's very focused’; ‘the need for more focused research’; ‘he seems to be very focused on the new challenge’;

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