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Oxford dictionary definition of the word maximise:
(transitive) to make as high or great as possible; increase to a maximum
(mathematics) to find the maximum of (a function)
ˌmaximiˈzation, ˌmaximiˈsation, ˌmaxiˈmation noun
ˈmaxiˌmizer, ˈmaxiˌmiser noun
Example Sentences Including ‘maximise’
Amateur darts players who want to maximise their scores should aim for the hardest target on the board: the bull’s-eye.
NEW SCIENTIST (1999)
But they also have the advantage of diversifying into different directions to maximise their skills.
However, if you were working part-time, there were ways to maximise the value of every dollar you earned, Mr Crandon said.
COURIER, SUNDAY MAIL (2004)
However, supporters of that date insist it would help to maximise voter turnout.
GLASGOW HERALD (2002)
In fighting Nazi Germany, Britain had subordinated all her economic policies to just one aim, to maximise the war effort.
Grenville, J. A. S. THE COLLINS HISTORY OF THE WORLD IN THE 20TH CENTURY
It is common for owners of bungalows to maximise this space by adding dormers, providing more living space than is first apparent.
GLASGOW HERALD (2001)
She has no doubt timed the event to maximise the impact of her return.
Jennifer Fallon TREASON KEEP (2001)