focussing

focussing
noun
the concentration of attention or energy on something
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the focus of activity shifted to molecular biology

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he had no direction in his life

Syn: ↑focus, ↑focusing, ↑focal point, ↑direction, ↑centering
Derivationally related forms: ↑center (for: ↑centering), ↑focus, ↑focus (for: ↑focusing), ↑focus (for: ↑focus)
Hypernyms: ↑concentration, ↑engrossment, ↑absorption, ↑immersion
Hyponyms: ↑particularism

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