bend (one's) efforts

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bend (one's) efforts

To put forth a great deal of effort toward some goal or end. I've been bending my efforts to find a way out of these legal problems, but, as of now, I'm still going to prison.
See also: bend, effort

bend your ˈmind/ˈefforts to something

(formal) think very hard about or put a lot of effort into one particular thing
See also: bend, effort, mind, something
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There are many areas in which you will have to bend your efforts. Of course, it is important to work out the issues of cultural diversity in such contexts as assessment, placement, research, student rights, personnel preparation, programming, curriculum, and technical assistance and training.