real focus

noun

Definition of real focus

: a point at which rays (as of light) converge or from which they diverge

Examples of real focus in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The real focus of the episode, of course, is Johnny. Brian Moylan, Vulture, "Cobra Kai Season-Premiere Recap: All-Out Karate Riot," 1 Jan. 2021 But the real focus of Lovers Rock is the crowd, the sense of community that arises from feeling like you’re in a safe space, free to move and feel and eat with abandon. Anne Cohen, refinery29.com, "Lovers Rock Is The Most Magical Sexy Party Of The Year (& You Can Attend Safely From Home)," 27 Nov. 2020 The real focus among investors, analysts and market strategists is on Pfizer's blockbuster vaccine announcement, Biden's agenda and cabinet, and expectations that Republicans will retain control of the US Senate despite runoff races in Georgia. Julia Horowitz, CNN, "It's a big day for Alibaba. You wouldn't know from its stock," 11 Nov. 2020 But the real focus of Whiskey Hatchet is cocktails, Lavernia says. Sarah Blaskovich, Dallas News, "New bar in Deep Ellum offers unexpected extra: ax throwing," 2 Oct. 2020 What could have been a really interesting fish-out-of-water tale is instead a quasi-social satire that lacks any real focus. Brian Truitt, USA TODAY, "What to stream this weekend: Seth Rogen's 'American Pickle,' horror flick 'She Dies Tomorrow'," 7 Aug. 2020 And while the firm has added connected, 13-inch monitors at high-contact points around their hotels to aid navigation, the real focus has been on digital access. Mike Feibus, USA TODAY, "Life with coronavirus: How businesses are turning to tech to cope with COVID-19," 11 Aug. 2020 Union's Instagram post on Friday, May 1, reveals that she's gone back to braids, but the real focus of the photos is her outrageously radiant complexion. Marci Robin, Allure, "Gabrielle Union Is Using a Fenty Beauty Bronzer to Glow on Her Zoom Calls," 2 May 2020 McMonigle said cooperation on demand and restarting world economies was the real focus of the G-20 meeting, and the key to restoring oil market stability. Josh Siegel, Washington Examiner, "Daily on Energy: Trump closes in on the oil production cuts he wanted," 10 Apr. 2020

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First Known Use of real focus

1740, in the meaning defined above

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13 Jan 2021

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“Real focus.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/real%20focus. Accessed 25 Feb. 2021.

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real focus

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Medical Definition of real focus

: a point at which rays (as of light) converge or from which they diverge

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