sweet spot


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sweet spot

n.
1. The place on a bat, club, racket, or paddle, where it is most effective to hit a ball.
2. An area or range that is most effective or beneficial: an engine's sweet spot of rpm's for maximum fuel-efficiency; a store's demographic sweet spot of women in their twenties.

sweet spot

n
(Ball Games, other than specified) sport the centre area of a racket, golf club, etc, from which the cleanest shots are made
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Ah," says he, "this here is a sweet spot, this island-- a sweet spot for a lad to get ashore on.
It is certainly a soft spot to fall on and a sweet spot to look at.
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The wind can vary from directly in front of the line of cyclists or from the side, but that sweet spot is easily found by adjusting your position in relation to the leading rider and feeling for the spot that offers the easiest pedaling.
Restaurants place the items they hope to sell the most in this fabled sweet spot, lying just above the midline on the right-hand page.
The engine with the XE13 package has a sweet spot of 1050 to 1500 rpm.
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LEWIS Hamilton is determined to keep hitting the sweet spot in a McLaren he currently hails as "the best it has ever been".
Winners are in a sweet spot in the market, with strategies that are agile, disciplined, and focused; whereas, losers sit in a sour spot due to being rigid, inept, and diffuse.