I cannot accurately convey to you the efficiency of heroin in neutralising pain.
But U.S. car companies are also hoping that the new focus on efficiency will bring in new buyers.
It is a small agency; there are no efficiency gains to be realized by making it another bureau within Commerce.
efficiency was always at a premium, and friction was always to be avoided.
The uniform customer experiences they provide are triumphs of industrial engineering and efficiency systems management.
efficiency runs to the extent of lifting the ideals of a service above every personal interest.
Much of the efficiency of the motor is due to the form and gearing of the propeller.
For some time he avoided foolish extravagance and insisted upon order and efficiency in the various departments.
You've pictured one spot of efficiency in a whole dreary desert of waste.
Some planners feared that the concentration of Negroes at shore stations might prove detrimental to efficiency and morale.
efficiency ef·fi·cien·cy (ĭ-fĭsh'ən-sē)
The production of the desired effects or results with minimum waste of time, effort, or skill.
A measure of effectiveness; specifically, the useful work output divided by the energy input in any system.