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Detailed Synonyms for concentration in English

concentration:

concentration [the ~] noun

  1. the concentration
    the density; the concentration
  2. the concentration
    the focus; the concentration; the put one's mind to; the fix one's mind
  3. the concentration
    the sequence; the concentration; the chain; the coming together; the series
  4. the concentration
    – strengthening the concentration (as of a solute in a mixture) by removing diluting material 1
    the concentration
    – strengthening the concentration (as of a solute in a mixture) by removing diluting material 1
  5. the concentration
    – bringing together military forces 1
    the concentration
    – bringing together military forces 1
  6. the concentration
    – great and constant diligence and attention 1
    the concentration; the assiduity; the assiduousness
    – great and constant diligence and attention 1
  7. the concentration
    – the strength of a solution; number of molecules of a substance in a given volume 1
    the concentration
    – the strength of a solution; number of molecules of a substance in a given volume 1
  8. the concentration
    – the spatial property of being crowded together 1
    the density; the concentration; the tightness; the denseness; the compactness
    – the spatial property of being crowded together 1
  9. the concentration
    – complete attention; intense mental effort 1
    the immersion; the absorption; the concentration; the engrossment
    – complete attention; intense mental effort 1
  10. the concentration
    – increase in density 1
    the concentration
    – increase in density 1

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Related Definitions for "concentration":

  1. strengthening the concentration (as of a solute in a mixture) by removing diluting material1
  2. bringing together military forces1
  3. great and constant diligence and attention1
  4. the strength of a solution; number of molecules of a substance in a given volume1
  5. the spatial property of being crowded together1
  6. complete attention; intense mental effort1
  7. increase in density1

concentrate:

to concentrate verb (concentrates, concentrated, concentrating)

  1. to concentrate
    to thicken; to condense; to concentrate
    • thicken verb (thickens, thickened, thickening)
    • condense verb (condenses, condensed, condensing)
    • concentrate verb (concentrates, concentrated, concentrating)
  2. to concentrate
    to thicken; to concentrate; to reduce; to condense; to boil down
    • thicken verb (thickens, thickened, thickening)
    • concentrate verb (concentrates, concentrated, concentrating)
    • reduce verb (reduces, reduced, reducing)
    • condense verb (condenses, condensed, condensing)
    • boil down verb (boils down, boiled down, boiling down)
  3. to concentrate
    to thicken; to concentrate; to condense; to boil down
    • thicken verb (thickens, thickened, thickening)
    • concentrate verb (concentrates, concentrated, concentrating)
    • condense verb (condenses, condensed, condensing)
    • boil down verb (boils down, boiled down, boiling down)
  4. to concentrate
    – cook until very little liquid is left 1
    to reduce; to concentrate; to boil down
    – cook until very little liquid is left 1
    • reduce verb (reduces, reduced, reducing)
      • The cook reduced the sauce by boiling it for a long time1
    • concentrate verb (concentrates, concentrated, concentrating)
    • boil down verb (boils down, boiled down, boiling down)
  5. to concentrate
    – be cooked until very little liquid is left 1
    to reduce; to concentrate; to boil down; decoct
    – be cooked until very little liquid is left 1
    • reduce verb (reduces, reduced, reducing)
      • The sauce should reduce to one cup1
    • concentrate verb (concentrates, concentrated, concentrating)
    • boil down verb (boils down, boiled down, boiling down)
    • decoct verb
  6. to concentrate
    – make denser, stronger, or purer 1
    to concentrate
    – make denser, stronger, or purer 1
    • concentrate verb (concentrates, concentrated, concentrating)
      • concentrate juice1
  7. to concentrate
    – make more concise 1
    to digest; to concentrate; to condense
    – make more concise 1
    • digest verb (digests, digested, digesting)
    • concentrate verb (concentrates, concentrated, concentrating)
    • condense verb (condenses, condensed, condensing)
      • condense the contents of a book into a summary1
  8. to concentrate
    – compress or concentrate 1
    to contract; to concentrate; to condense
    – compress or concentrate 1
    • contract verb (contracts, contracted, contracting)
    • concentrate verb (concentrates, concentrated, concentrating)
    • condense verb (condenses, condensed, condensing)
      • Congress condensed the three-year plan into a six-month plan1
  9. to concentrate
    – make central 1
    to concentrate; to centralize; centralise
    – make central 1
    • concentrate verb (concentrates, concentrated, concentrating)
    • centralize verb, American (centralizes, centralized, centralizing)
      • The Russian government centralized the distribution of food1
    • centralise verb, British
  10. to concentrate
    – direct one's attention on something 1
    to focus; centre; to rivet; to concentrate; pore; center
    – direct one's attention on something 1
    • focus verb (focuses, focused, focusing)
      • Please focus on your studies and not on your hobbies1
    • centre verb, British
    • rivet verb (rivets, rivetted, rivetting)
    • concentrate verb (concentrates, concentrated, concentrating)
    • pore verb
    • center verb, American
  11. to concentrate
    – draw together or meet in one common center 1
    to concentrate
    – draw together or meet in one common center 1
    • concentrate verb (concentrates, concentrated, concentrating)
      • These groups concentrate in the inner cities1

Conjugations for concentrate:

present
  1. concentrate
  2. concentrate
  3. concentrates
  4. concentrate
  5. concentrate
  6. concentrate
simple past
  1. concentrated
  2. concentrated
  3. concentrated
  4. concentrated
  5. concentrated
  6. concentrated
present perfect
  1. have concentrated
  2. have concentrated
  3. has concentrated
  4. have concentrated
  5. have concentrated
  6. have concentrated
past continuous
  1. was concentrating
  2. were concentrating
  3. was concentrating
  4. were concentrating
  5. were concentrating
  6. were concentrating
future
  1. shall concentrate
  2. will concentrate
  3. will concentrate
  4. shall concentrate
  5. will concentrate
  6. will concentrate
continuous present
  1. am concentrating
  2. are concentrating
  3. is concentrating
  4. are concentrating
  5. are concentrating
  6. are concentrating
subjunctive
  1. be concentrated
  2. be concentrated
  3. be concentrated
  4. be concentrated
  5. be concentrated
  6. be concentrated
diverse
  1. concentrate!
  2. let's concentrate!
  3. concentrated
  4. concentrating
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

concentrate [the ~] noun

  1. the concentrate
    the concentrate
  2. the concentrate
    – a concentrated example of something 1
    the concentrate
    – a concentrated example of something 1
    • concentrate [the ~] noun
      • the concentrate of contemporary despair1
  3. the concentrate
    – a concentrated form of a foodstuff; the bulk is reduced by removing water 1
    the concentrate
    – a concentrated form of a foodstuff; the bulk is reduced by removing water 1
  4. the concentrate
    – the desired mineral that is left after impurities have been removed from mined ore 1
    the concentrate; the dressed ore
    – the desired mineral that is left after impurities have been removed from mined ore 1

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Related Definitions for "concentrate":

  1. a concentrated example of something1
    • the concentrate of contemporary despair1
  2. a concentrated form of a foodstuff; the bulk is reduced by removing water1
  3. the desired mineral that is left after impurities have been removed from mined ore1
  4. cook until very little liquid is left1
  5. be cooked until very little liquid is left1
  6. make denser, stronger, or purer1
    • concentrate juice1
  7. make more concise1
  8. compress or concentrate1
  9. make central1
  10. direct one's attention on something1
  11. draw together or meet in one common center1
    • These groups concentrate in the inner cities1

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