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con·cen·trate

 (kŏn′sən-trāt′)
v. con·cen·trat·ed, con·cen·trat·ing, con·cen·trates
v.tr.
1.
a. To direct or draw toward a common center; focus.
b. To bring into one main body: Authority was concentrated in the president.
2. To make (a solution or mixture) less dilute.
v.intr.
1.
a. To converge toward or meet in a common center.
b. To increase by degree; gather: "Dusk began to concentrate into full night" (Anthony Hyde).
2. To direct one's thoughts or attention: We concentrated on the task before us.
n.
A product that has been concentrated, especially a food that has been reduced in volume or bulk by the removal of liquid: pineapple juice concentrate.

[From concenter.]

con′cen·tra′tive adj.
con′cen·tra′tive·ly adv.
con′cen·tra′tor n.

concentrated

(ˈkɒnsəntreɪtɪd)
adj
1. (Cookery) having had water removed to increase concentration
2. focused and intense: a concentrated effort to stay in touch.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.concentrated - gathered together or made less diffuse; "their concentrated efforts"; "his concentrated attention"; "concentrated study"; "a narrow thread of concentrated ore"
compact - closely and firmly united or packed together; "compact soil"; "compact clusters of flowers"
distributed - spread out or scattered about or divided up
2.concentrated - of or relating to a solution whose dilution has been reduced
undiluted - not diluted; "undiluted milk"; "an undiluted racial strain"
3.concentrated - intensely focused; "her concentrated passion held them at bay"
intense - possessing or displaying a distinctive feature to a heightened degree; "intense heat"; "intense anxiety"; "intense desire"; "intense emotion"; "the skunk's intense acrid odor"; "intense pain"; "enemy fire was intense"
4.concentrated - (of light) transmitted directly from a pointed light source
5.concentrated - being the most concentrated solution possible at a given temperature; unable to dissolve still more of a substance; "a saturated solution"

concentrated

adjective
1. condensed, rich, undiluted, reduced, evaporated, thickened, boiled down Sweeten dishes with honey or concentrated apple juice.
2. intense, hard, deep, intensive, all-out (informal) She makes a concentrated effort to keep her feet on the ground.

concentrated

adjective
1. Not diffused or dispersed:
2. Intensely sustained, especially in activity:
3. Having a high concentration of the distinguishing ingredient:
Translations
مُركَّز
koncentrovaný
koncentreret
koncentrált
òéttur, vatnstæmdur, óblandaîur
koncentrovaný
konsantreyoğunlaştırılmış

concentrated

[ˈkɒnsənˌtreɪtʃd] ADJconcentrado

concentrated

[ˈkɒnsəntreɪtɪd] adj
(= not diluted) [liquid, juice] → concentré(e)
(= concerted) [effort] → intense

concentrated

adj
liquid, substancekonzentriert; in a concentrated formin konzentrierter Form; concentrated orange juiceOrangensaftkonzentrat nt
(= concerted) effort, attackkonzentriert

concentrated

[ˈkɒnsənˌtreɪtɪd] adj (juice, attack) → concentrato/a

concentrate

(ˈkonsəntreit) verb
1. to give all one's energies, attention etc to one thing. I wish you'd concentrate (on what I'm saying).
2. to bring together in one place. He concentrated his soldiers at the gateway.
3. to make (a liquid) stronger by boiling to reduce its volume.
ˈconcentrated adjective
(of a liquid etc) made stronger; not diluted. concentrated orange juice.
ˌconcenˈtration noun
She lacks concentration – she will never pass the exam.
References in classic literature ?
By discovering the enemy's dispositions and remaining invisible ourselves, we can keep our forces concentrated, while the enemy's must be divided.
But as if this vast local power in the tendinous tail were not enough, the whole bulk of the leviathan is knit over with a warp and woof of muscular fibres and filaments, which passing on either side the loins and running down into the flukes, insensibly blend with them, and largely contribute to their might; so that in the tail the confluent measureless force of the whole whale seems concentrated to a point.
Third: I cannot demonstrate it, but it seems to me, that in the whale the sense of touch is concentrated in the tail; for in this respect there is a delicacy in it only equalled by the daintiness of the elephant's trunk.
On her first child, though the child of an unloved father, had been concentrated all the love that had never found satisfaction.
Moreover, the art attains its end within narrower limits; for the concentrated effect is more pleasurable than one which is spread over a long time and so diluted.
All their feelings, all their impressions, were concentrated in that look, as under any violent emotion all life is concentrated at the heart.
Her face, half turned from it, was set in a strange, concentrated passion of listening; her lips were parted, her eyes half closed.
Even those of them which have, in other respects, coupled the chief magistrate with a council, have for the most part concentrated the military authority in him alone.
This was the only play of feature of which he seemed capable, being a Southerner of a concentrated, deliberate type.
It has agglomerated production, and has concentrated property in a few hands.
Thus the whole historical movement is concentrated in the hands of the bourgeoisie; every victory so obtained is a victory for the bourgeoisie.
Once more the conversations concentrated, the ladies' at the one end and the men's at the other.

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