ultraefficient

ultraefficient

(ˌʌltrəɪˈfɪʃənt)
adj
extremely or exceptionally efficient
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needs to have ultraefficient burrito assemblers so long lines won't turn off patrons.
The project ACFA2020 (Active flight Control for Flexible Aircraft 2020 [28]), funded under FP7, produced the design of an innovative ultraefficient high-capacity BWB aircraft, following the ACARE guidelines.
They produce powerful performance from ultraefficient small cylinder capacity and represent a major step in the regeneration of petrol power.
The former, devised by the company, follows a family as they struggle with hidden violences in a modern age full of vapid TV sitcoms and ultraefficient microwaves, while the latter, a follow-up to last year's Alix in Wundergarten, re-visits the fated radio recording studio and the big guns have been called in, in the form of the notorious Alison.
Cobblers have been ultraefficient in both boxes this season to kick 12 points clear of the pack after a sensational unbeaten run since Christmas.
Their scrum-halves Richard Wrigglesworth and veteran Springbok Neil de Kock are able to box kick with absolute precision, while Sarries' ultraefficient kick-chase ensures they are able to compete for most high balls.
Also, the new car features Mazda's award-winning SKYACTIV technology that strips out weight across every area of the vehicle and utilises ultraefficient lightweight petrol engines to deliver new levels of performance and economy.
For example, in terms of energy generation, these advances will enable ultraefficient photovoltaics, biofuels, and sun to petrol, as well as small modular reactors that are passively safe and use waste fuel.
The Jazz Hybrid is an ultraefficient car with a combined fuel consumption figure of 62.8mpg - and with the same electric system as the Honda Insight, even more fuel is saved around town.
It offers people a chance to see firsthand how the credit union is using a geothermal heating and cooling system; rainwater capture system; and advanced, ultraefficient light system, among other things, to make the building energy efficient.
Ford claims its ultraefficient petrol will return economy that rivals its diesel peers.
Prof Board said UEL is defined as the combination of ultraefficient light sources with a new generation of lighting controls in a networked environment.