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good use

noun
1.
(in a language) standard use or usage.
Also, good usage.
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  • But perhaps the best reward is that her research is already being put to good use.
  • Males put their bright colors and unusual ornaments to good use when they display for females.
  • Common sandpipers are small to medium sized birds, but they have relatively long legs that they put to good use.
  • We have much to learn about how to make good use of this new ability.
  • There are so many causes and issues that money could be put to good use or to invest for our retirement.
  • We should try to make good use of the genetic library that is natural biodiversity.
  • From the optimistic view, all this theoretical insight is less than a decade old, and has not been put to good use.
  • It is also a good use for power generation but it would be a mistake to rely on it.
  • Its bones were found along with stone tools, suggesting that it made good use of its scant grey matter.
  • Beyond what he could supply, the group made good use of the meager resources available.

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