- v. 使聚焦；集中；[光][攝]調焦；注視（focus 的 ing 形式）
1.His insistence on putting users first, and focusing on elegance and simplicity, has become deeply ingrained in his own company, and is spreading to rival firms too.
2.Aaron Antonovsky, the third person I would consider the grandfather, brought in the idea of focusing on health.
3.By eliminating at least half of the courses offered there and focusing on a basic curriculum, we could improve student performance at Consolidated and also save many tax dollars.
4.As for me, weighing myself every day caused me to shift my focus from being generally healthy and physically active to focusing solely on the scale.
5.As for me, weighing myself every day caused me to shift my focus from being generally healthy and physically active, to focusing solely on the scale.
6.It's mainly focusing on composition, and getting the most out of the camera.
7.I'm here to tell you that instead of focusing on doing what we love, I think we should focus on loving what we do.
8.The researchers also note that dogs scan faces as a whole to sense how people are feeling, instead of focusing on a given feature.