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  • Info A concentrate is a form of substance which has had the majority of its base component (in the case of a liquid: the solvent) removed. more...
  • He eventually closed his law practice in order to concentrate on his work in radio.
  • Most of this production is concentrated in the northern part of the state.
  • Film can be so related and you don't have to concentrate so much.
  • He concentrated on institution-building and causes that could help people's health.
  • Instead he concentrated on developing his business affairs and began to show an interest in writing plays.
  • He concentrated on a new field, song-writing and performing, and continued writing poetry.
  • He did three studio albums and one live album, before concentrating on his solo career.
  • The city's growth in population over the last decade has been concentrated in these areas.
  • He lives in North London and concentrates now on writing social history books.
  • This group is heavily concentrated in certain parts, where they account for a quarter of the population.
  • Though many of its individual events are held city-wide, they concentrate in the downtown area.
  • Methods include concentrating on a single word or thought for a specific length of time.
  • At first he concentrated on working with sounds other than those produced by traditional musical instruments.
  • He dropped the imperial politics of his father and concentrated mainly on internal affairs.
  • In the last years of his life, he concentrated on painting rather than movies.
  • The less concentrated army could now live off the country and move more rapidly over a larger number of roads.
  • The African-American population is concentrated in the southern states and urban areas.
  • Sometimes even whole original books have been published concentrating solely on providing local source material.
  • Silence is observed so that each student may both concentrate on their experience and not influence those of others.
  • The mind of a typical audience member can only concentrate on one thing at a time.
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Words starting with concentrate

Meaning of concentrate

  • noun A concentrated form of a foodstuff; the bulk is reduced by removing water
  • noun A concentrated example of something
    the concentrate of contemporary despair
  • verb Make denser, stronger, or purer
    concentrate juice
  • verb Direct one's attention on something
    Please focus on your studies and not on your hobbies
  • verb Draw together or meet in one common center
    These groups concentrate in the inner cities