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Adjective
Having a high concentration of an essential or active ingredient
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Thorough, to a great degree, with intensity
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“Prior to last Saturday's meeting, SEP members carried out a concentrated campaign in and around Colombo.”
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Devoted completely to one object
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(of a substance or solution) Present in a high proportion relative to other substances
“The authors conclude that short-term exposure to concentrated ambient air particles induces a significant inflammatory reaction in the lungs of rats.”
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Consisting of matter all through
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The potency of an alcoholic drink
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Extreme in intensity
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Attentively occupied with
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Having a dense or semi-solid consistency
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Brief, concise, and to the point
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Focused, centered, achieving a state of shared mysticism
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Made smaller
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Packed down
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Used by or involving multiple entities
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Small, round, and glittering
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With impurities or unwanted elements having been removed by processing
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Showing strong feeling; forceful, passionate, or intense
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To an absolute degree
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Having or indicating an efficient, practical, and systematic approach to one's work or a task
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To have ruminated or mulled over
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Past tense for to pay attention to, or focus on, something closely
“Try to concentrate on what you're doing to avoid making mistakes.”
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Past tense for to direct one's attention or focus on a particular object or activity
“The government has pledged to concentrate its efforts on resolving the current crisis.”
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Past tense for to group together into a single mass or body
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“In the remotest angle of the hall, the light had seemed to concentrate into a mass of brightness.”
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Past tense for to meet or come together in a common location
“Populations tend to concentrate in urban centers where they have access to more job opportunities and community networks.”
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Past tense for to increase the strength and diminish the bulk of, as of a liquid or an ore
“Treatment with water pills in post-menopausal women will concentrate uric acid and result in gout.”
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(concentrate on) Past tense for to fix one's gaze at something intently
“It's really important that you concentrate on the road while you're driving.”
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Past tense for to become or make more intense
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Past tense for to shorten in duration or extent
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Past tense for to restrict (something) to a particular place
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Past tense for to assimilate into a body, structure or system
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Past tense for coagulate
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Past tense for concentrate on specific area
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Past tense for to make or become united, uniform, or whole
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Past tense for to muster or pluck up
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Past tense for to listen closely
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Past tense for to apply one's focus or energies towards a task or activity
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(apply oneself) Past tense for to work hard or commit to an objective
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Past tense for to be or become volatile
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Addressed oneself to
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Past tense for to make free from impurities
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Past tense for to direct or guide along a pathway
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Past tense for to squeeze together
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Past tense for involve oneself deeply in something to the exclusion of other concerns
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Past tense for to alter something from its true state, typically to deceive
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Past tense for devote effort to something
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Past tense for to move to or place in a particular position
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