Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Prioritize"

The meaning of "Prioritize" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does prioritize mean?
A: means priority
Q: What does prioritize mean?
A: Prioritize means to focus on one thing.
For example "I am going to prioritize my Maths homework."
Q: What does prioritize mean?
A: That which you give more attention

Example sentences using "Prioritize"

Q: Please show me example sentences with prioritize within .
A: -You have to prioritize your studies.
-She prioritizes her job above anything else
-we won't finish the art project if we don't prioritize it.

I hope these ones help you.
Q: Please show me example sentences with prioritize .
A: 'she had to prioritize work over love'
'he had chosen to prioritize his family'
Q: Please show me example sentences with prioritize over.
A: "You should have fun, but never prioritize your hobbies over your responsibilities."

"He lost his girlfriend because he prioritized video games over spending time with her."

"Family is very important to me. I prioritize family over everything."
Q: Please show me example sentences with prioritize.
A: I had to prioritize my homework.
I need to prioritize my homework.
I am going to prioritize my homework.

Synonyms of "Prioritize" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between prioritize tasks for delegation and prioritize tasks to delegate ?
A: No difference.
Q: What is the difference between prioritize and make a priority ?
A: there is no difference ! they both have the same meaning, but the first is using "prioritize" as a verb and the second is using it as the noun, "a priority"

Translations of "Prioritize"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? prioritize
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Other questions about "Prioritize"

Q: I want to prioritize the meeting over the other one. does this sound natural?
A: I want to prioritize this meeting over the other one.

I want to prioritize this meeting.

I want to prioritize meeting A.

I want to make this meeting a priority.
Q: They always try to prioritize workers with a low wage/salary. does this sound natural?
A: It does sound natural, almost perfectly fluent.
Q: If you want to work effectively, you should prioritize your work. does this sound natural?
A: Using "work" twice in a sentence sounds a little odd here. I'd say, "If you want to work effectively, you need to prioritize it."
Q: You may prioritize yourself much than the others. does this sound natural?
A: That sentence, as you have worded it, is incomplete. It sounds like it is supposed to go:
"You may prioritise yourself much more than the other, but ..." and continue on. That is because of the word "may", which when used there, gives the impression of a statement which is followed up in a different light. By that, I mean you would probably use it to say something like:
"You may be bad, but you are not as bad as this person" - saying something negative here, but also saying that you are not as bad as something else, which is kind of positive.
If you want the sentence to be standalone, then it could be worded:
"You may be prioritising yourself over the others" if you want it to be a subtle sentence, or:
"You are prioritising yourself over the others" - it sounds more natural if you say "over" than "much more than" when talking about prioritising, since a priority is usually in a list, so you'd be higher in the list, or over the people you are talking about
I hope that helps :)
Q: What does "prioritize your work mean"?
A: "To be highly concerned about."

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