Example sentences for: inefficiencies

How can you use “inefficiencies” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • The NYT says the merger represents the first time European nations have integrated large parts of their defense industries--an integration made necessary, the paper argues, by technical inefficiencies revealed during the NATO bombing of Kosovo.

  • If you are referring to economic inefficiencies, I am not aware of any weaknesses that the Soviets suffered in the '80s that were not also present during the '70s (or the '60s, or the '50s, or any decade since the Bolsheviks came to power).

  • It is witness to the enormous distance U.S. corporations have traveled from the inefficiencies and quality-control debacles of the 1970s.

  • However, they said that such measurements would be difficult because it is costly to do the research and recordkeeping necessary to develop information on (1) the full cost of controls--both the initial cost and operational inefficiencies associated with the controls--and (2) the full cost of incidents or problems resulting from inadequate controls.

  • This design immaturity caused costly design changes and parts shortages that, in turn, caused labor inefficiencies, schedule delays, and quality problems.


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