trade off


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The factor weights used expressed the relative importance of each criterion to the overall objective, and they determined how factors were able to trade off with each other.
THE south-east dominance of the first three races at Folkestone's popular annual hunter chase meeting was broken by Trade Off in the 3m7f feature event.
* How does one trade off single-system capabilities against system-of-systems capabilities?
The three trade off on songwriting and lead vocal duties for a toothsome permutation of styles.
Although in the end it will trade off labour positions, Stevens believes you end up with more high-tech jobs to maintain and run the equipment.