Definition of single-mindedly in English:

single-mindedly

adverb

  • See single-minded

    • ‘Our drug policies focus single-mindedly on the ‘supply side’ of the problem, with relatively little spent on treatment or prevention programs to curb the insatiable demand.’
    • ‘It focuses attention on fundamental issues - freedom, the institution's values, the corporation's mission - and strives single-mindedly to preserve and strengthen them.’
    • ‘It means they're not distracted, and they can single-mindedly focus on the other team.’
    • ‘No profit-oriented company could have turned this trick, nor could a standard non-profit enterprise been so single-mindedly dedicated to the strict self-interest of the customers of the company.’
    • ‘But instead of tackling the myriad social challenges that it inherited, the Chen government single-mindedly pursued a course of political and cultural separation from the mainland.’

Pronunciation

single-mindedly

/ˌsɪŋɡ(ə)lˈmʌɪndɪdli/