Appearance
Use device theme  
Dark theme
Light theme

What is another word for concentrated?

Need synonyms for concentrated? Here's a list of similar words from our thesaurus that you can use instead.

Adjective
Rich and potent from having a high concentration of a substance or element
“Traditional drinkers prepare a concentrated brew of tea in a small teapot.”
Adjective
Thickened by heating to reduce the water content
“Maple syrup, the boiled and concentrated sap of sugar maples was another temperate sugar source that supplemented imported sugar.”
Adjective
In a pure and unadulterated form
“This antitoxin is refined and concentrated, the antitoxic properties being retained in very small bulk.”
Adjective
Determined or rigorous in one's application towards a goal or aim
“Dr. Murray began a long and concentrated campaign to push the application through.”
Adjective
Devoted completely to one object or objective
“The deliberate and concentrated focus on powerful thoughts changes our posture, behavior, emotions, and esteem.”
Adjective
Significant or extreme in degree or intensity
more ❯
“Every sentence in this scene throbs with such concentrated passion that one can hardly criticize it coldly.”
Adjective
Consisting of matter all through
more ❯
Adjective
The potency of an alcoholic drink
Adjective
Attentively occupied with
more ❯
Adjective
Having been flattened or compacted, typically from pressure applied
Adjective
Focussed on, or specific to, a given field or domain
Adjective
Having a dense or semi-solid consistency
Adjective
Used by or involving multiple entities
more ❯
Adjective
Shortened or abridged
Adjective
Made up of a large number of things or people close together
Adjective
Expressed briefly and concisely
more ❯
Adjective
Having come together as a group (of people or animals)
Adjective
To an absolute degree
more ❯
Adjective
Having or indicating an efficient, practical, and systematic approach to one's work or a task
more ❯
Adjective
As great, high, or intense as possible or permitted
more ❯
Verb
To have ruminated or mulled over
Verb
Past tense for to pay attention to, or focus on, something closely
“Try to concentrate on what you're doing to avoid making mistakes.”
Verb
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.”
Verb
Past tense for to group together into a single mass or body
“In the remotest angle of the hall, the light had seemed to concentrate into a mass of brightness.”
Verb
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.”
Verb
Past tense for to compress or squeeze into a small or tight space
“We need to push back on the piston to concentrate the molecules into a smaller volume.”
Verb
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.”
Verb
(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.”
Find more words!
Use * for blank tiles (max 2) Advanced Search Advanced Search
Use * for blank spaces Advanced Search
Advanced Word Finder

See Also

Nearby Words
12-letter Words Starting With
Find Synonyms
go
Word Tools Finders & Helpers Apps More Synonyms
Copyright WordHippo © 2022