give priorityWe have to give priority where it's due.’
first priorityAnd the first priority are the children.
top priorityElection 1992: ‘Fair rates’ are Labour's top priority
highest priorityStrengthening the existing NHS remains the highest priority for funding.
low priorityProfessional reference material in schools is given a low priority.
higher priorityAchieving better wages had a much higher priority.
take priorityThe sale of the Theatre's own tickets will take priority.
main priorityIts main priority was to control the disease.
priority givenFrance benefits from the continuity of its space effort, and the high priority given it by governments.
lower priorityWhen two high priority activities such as approaching and moving away are in balance, lower priority activities may be briefly observed.
number one priorityRight now I think my number one priority is to prove that I can actually do my job,’ Lindsey said tautly.
priority areasThe Scottish Office White Paper includes as priority areas: Coronary Heart Disease, Cancers, and Road Accidents (among others).
have priorityThe Germans have taken the view that ‘domestic price stability must have priority over exchange rate stability’, leaving it up to others to ensure the latter.
priority nowHis main priority now was to get them to safety.
give greater priorityIn the meantime, we will protect consumers against high prices and poor service and give greater priority to environmental problems.
priority servicesAcute medicine retained its traditional dominance and the DHSS almost openly acknowledged its inability to make central objectives stick when it watered down its projected growth rates for the priority services in The Way Forward, produced in 1977.
priority systemBut it is questionable how much the priority system helps the USSR absorb foreign technologies rapidly.
give high prioritySocial fund officers are expected to give high priority to requests for loans for the above purposes.