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hyperefficient

Definitions

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  • adjective Extremely efficient

Etymologies

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hyper- +‎ efficient

Examples

  • Toyota sees its new factory as a model for advanced low-volume, hyperefficient production.

    For Toyota, Patriotism and Profits May Not Mix

  • Boosting energy efficiency and reducing energy use through technological innovation like the smart grid and state-of-the-art appliances like the hyperefficient Xeros washing machine are often portrayed as a way to counteract climate change, eliminate our dependence on foreign oil, and stimulate the economy and create jobs.

    Buzzword: Snackwell's effect

  • A science fiction forum on which some green moon arose in conversation allowed me to mention our greenest of greens, and arguments about urban planning in some city I'd never been to were were fertile ground to suggest hyperefficient trees on their traffic islands.

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  • A science fiction forum on which some green moon arose in conversation allowed me to mention our greenest of greens, and arguments about urban planning in some city I'd never been to were were fertile ground to suggest hyperefficient trees on their traffic islands.

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  • I'd been charged by one of his predecessors with making our plastic plants (we preferred “hyperefficient”) into household names.

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  • I'd been charged by one of his predecessors with making our plastic plants (we preferred “hyperefficient”) into household names.

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  • Boosting energy efficiency and reducing energy use through technological innovation like the smart grid and state-of-the-art appliances like the hyperefficient Xeros washing machine are often portrayed as a way to counteract climate change, eliminate our dependence on foreign oil, and stimulate the economy and create jobs.

    Buzzword: Snackwell's effect

  • Commenters asked where flowers could be sent, and others suggested — success! — hyperefficient arrangements.

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  • Commenters asked where flowers could be sent, and others suggested — success! — hyperefficient arrangements.

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  • Here, Reddoch discusses hyperefficient appliances, electric vehicles, and why not everyone embraces smart-meter technology.

    10 Questions for . . . Tom Reddoch, Electric Power Research Institute

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