Definitions

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  • noun uncountable The ability or power to be effective.
  • noun countable A measure of the effectiveness of something.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun power to be effective; the quality of being able to bring about an effect

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Examples

  • Work got me a little stressed; my department manager and I had a talk about me and and how I'm doing and he thinks I need some serious personal effectivity training to learn to be assertive and take initiative.

    weekly

  • Tuesday I will be at the effectivity training again, probably telling the trainer that I got some great results and I don't know how.

    early weekly

  • Tuesday I will be at the effectivity training again, probably telling the trainer that I got some great results and I don't know how.

    more flavourtext

  • On the menu this week: another day of the personal effectivity training tomorrow, and then some D&D to finish the day off.

    weekly

  • Is there, however, something in the existing procedures and processes on tax and duty free importation of books prior to the effectivity of DO 17-09″ that would require the acquisition of such exemption?

    On the Great Undead Blockade « BAHAY TALINHAGA

  • On the menu this week: another day of the personal effectivity training tomorrow, and then some D&D to finish the day off.

    weekly

  • DOF DO 27-09 returned us to, in its words, “the existing procedures and processes on tax and duty free importation of books prior to the effectivity of DO 17-09 …”

    On the Great Undead Blockade « BAHAY TALINHAGA

  • The Ministry of Home Affairs, also look and rethink over the existing involvement, efficiency, effectivity and also carrying and delivery capacity of chief district officer, who are the chief of district security system, to encounter the state of occlusion.

    Nepal: Disappearing Security in Occlusion

  • I would assume the team is only looking at costs, budget, program management, and effectivity.

    Smoothing Out The Transition - NASA Watch

  • Crippled effectivity is in the eye of the beholder, I guess.

    Texas Faith: Should the next Supreme Court justice be a Protestant? | RELIGION Blog | dallasnews.com

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