hyperefficient

adjective
hy·per·ef·fi·cient | \ ˌhī-pər-i-ˈfi-shənt \
variants: or hyper-efficient

Definition of hyperefficient 

: extremely efficient hyperefficient employees a hyper-efficient engine The striving for hyperefficient machinery enjoyed its heyday in the late 19th century. —Doug Stewart

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hyperefficiency \ˌhī-pər-i-ˈfi-shən-sē \ or hyper-efficiency noun
What makes humans human? Is it the pursuit of hyper-efficiency—the 'Silicon Valley' mindset? Or is it irrationality, imperfection and doubt—traits beyond the reach of any non-biological entity? —Maciej Kuziemski
hyperefficiently or hyper-efficiently adverb
Peterffy created a system that could route orders to the destination offering the best prices, allowing his traders to make tighter markets while instantaneously and hyperefficiently hedging their risk. —Suzanne McGee

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1908, in the meaning defined above

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