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  • nouncenter of attraction
  • verbaim attention at

synonyms for focus

  • focal point
  • spotlight
  • target
  • center
  • core
  • cynosure
  • headquarters
  • heart
  • hub
  • limelight
  • locus
  • polestar
  • seat
  • bull's eye
  • meeting place
  • nerve center
  • point of convergence
See also synonyms for: focused / focuses / focusing /
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antonyms for focus

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  • exterior
  • exteriority
  • outside
  • periphery
  • surface
  • neglect
  • separate
  • divide
  • ignore
  • disorganize
  • disarrange
  • scatter
  • disperse
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In the intervening period, as we weighed the cost of our overall portfolio and strategic focus, we made the decision not to relaunch the service.
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Several startups, including MJ Platform and BioTrack, are building similar platforms for this market, but Canix says the company’s focus on improving data entry makes it stand apart.
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West Virginia environmental regulators are proposing to reduce the fines that a coal company owned by the state’s governor could pay for water pollution violations that are the focus of a federal court case.
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Initially there may be a limited supply of vaccines available, and the focus will be on protecting health workers, other essential employees, and people in vulnerable groups.
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However, different aspects vary based on the agency’s focus.
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Many say that there’s been a focus on making space for conversations about race, planning out how the agency will tackle its diversity issues but little firm action beyond planning.
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Over the last two years, The Economist has narrowed its focus on what it publishes to LinkedIn.
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Up north, with Pennsylvania a potential tipping point state, the focus will be on Philadelphia City Commissioners Lisa Deeley, Al Schmidt and Omar Sabir.
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Now the focus is on passing a domestic version of the EU copyright reform law.
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In the past few years, researchers have begun to dig deeper into sex differences in sports science, with a particular focus on the impact of the menstrual cycle.
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WORDS RELATED TO FOCUS

  • align
  • balance
  • bring into line
  • calibrate
  • connect
  • correct
  • fine-tune
  • fit
  • fix
  • focus
  • grind
  • improve
  • improve accommodate
  • mend
  • overhaul
  • polish
  • put in working order
  • readjust
  • rectify
  • regulate
  • renovate
  • repair
  • service
  • set
  • sharpen
  • square
  • tighten
  • troubleshoot
  • tune up
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