Concentrate synonyms

kŏn'sən-trāt'
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To question formally, as to elicit facts or information; interrogate:
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To come together in a group; assemble:
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(Intransitive, obsolete) To celebrate mass.
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To give guidance and instruction to (actors or musicians, for example) in the rehearsal and performance of a work.
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To render (an object or image) in clear outline or sharp detail by adjustment of one's vision or an optical device; bring into focus.
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The definition of amass is to gather or collect a large amount of something.
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To converge is defined as to move or come together at the same point from different places or directions.
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To make an epitome of; sum up.
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To direct and focus (the eyes) on (a point or object)
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To increase the contrast of (a photographic image).
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To engage in meditation regarding (a religious mystery, for example).
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To bring together or to form into a nucleus.
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To move in, out, or forward in a disorderly mass or group:
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(Math.) To find the length of (a curve)
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To audit accounts etc in order to verify them.
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(Intransitive) To become thicker (in the sense of wider).
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Unify is to become one, come into agreement or become whole.
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To throw here and there or strew loosely; sprinkle
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To separate and move in different directions; scatter:
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think
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To come or bring into union; act or mix together; unite; join
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To combine into a single whole; merge; unite
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To unite or connect firmly, as in a system.
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To decrease size or volume by concentration toward the essence.
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To call for and obtain payment of:
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To cause to grow or form into bunches.
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To cause to coalesce as a single mass:
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To move things physically towards the centre; to consolidate or concentrate
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(American) Alternative spelling of concentre.
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To bring or come together
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To bring or come together
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To give a bodily form to; incarnate.
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To attribute to a particular locality:
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To make strong or stronger; to add strength to; to increase the strength of; to fortify; to reinforce.
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To increase the concentration of, separate, or purify by or as if by distillation.
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To bring or come together
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To bring or come together
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(Figuratively, usually in the passive) To focus or determine (oneself, on a concept); to fixate.
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The part of a field effect transistor, usually U-shaped, through which current flows from the source to the drain.
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To squeeze or compress.
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To wind or collect into a ball; hence, to gather into a mass or anything like a mass.
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To bring down, as in extent, amount, or degree; diminish.
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To bring together; to collect into a mass or sum.
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To bring or come together
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To bring or come together
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To bring or come together
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To enter into by contract; establish or settle by formal agreement:
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To collect, call or assemble together, such as troops or a group for inspection, orders, display etc. [from 15th c.]
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Bunch means to form, collect or gather up into a mass.
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(Comput.) To put or keep (information) on a disk, tape, etc.
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To increase over a period of time; to accumulate
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Swarm is to move in a huge, overwhelming group all at once, or to be crowded and overrun.
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(Intransitive) To assemble or gather together in one place, to gather up; to congregate.
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(Business) To combine together into a larger corporation.
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(Medicine) To cause the accumulation of excessive blood or tissue fluid in (a vessel or organ).
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To concentrate or be concentrated; localize.
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To reduce in width or extent; make narrower.
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To encode (digital data) so that it can be stored or transmitted in significantly fewer bits
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: To collect into an assembly or assemblage; to assemble; to bring into one place, or into a united body; to gather together; to mass; to compact.
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(Informal) To gather together for conference or consultation:
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To hoard is defined as to collect or amass large amounts of goods and money which will typically then be stored away and kept in reserve.
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The definition of garner is to collect, find or assemble something, especially information.
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To employ all one's mental powers
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To employ all one's mental powers
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(Idiomatic) To put forth a concerted effort; to try; to focus.
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To employ all one's mental powers
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To employ all one's mental powers
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To employ all one's mental powers
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To employ all one's mental powers
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The definition of ponder is to carefully think about something.
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To employ all one's mental powers
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To employ all one's mental powers
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To employ all one's mental powers
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Muse is defined as to have deep thoughts or to meditate.
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To employ all one's mental powers
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To consider and choose carefully
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To employ all one's mental powers
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To employ all one's mental powers
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To meditate or muse, sometimes specif. in a religious or mystical way
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To turn a matter over and over in the mind.
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To employ all one's mental powers
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(Intransitive, idiomatic, archaic, often with "to") To pay attention; to heed.
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To heed; to give attention.
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Alternative form of rack one's brain.
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To employ all one's mental powers
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(Idiomatic) To maintain one's concentration fixed on one important theme.
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(Intransitive, chiefly UK, idiomatic) To get to work; to focus on a task.
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(Idiomatic) To put forth the needed effort; to focus; become serious; apply oneself (e.g. to work or study).
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To employ all one's mental powers
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To employ all one's mental powers
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To dilute is defined as to make thinner or less intense by mixing with something else.
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To cause to lose (energy, such as heat) irreversibly.
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To employ all one's mental powers
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(Western US) To drive (livestock) slowly or far afield, especially for grazing.
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(Law) To reject (a bill of indictment) for lack of evidence
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(Intransitive) To grow or increase in quantity or number; to increase greatly.
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To put or bring together so as to make one; combine or join into a whole
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To examine in such a manner as to ascertain the elements or nature of the thing examined; as, to analyze a fossil substance, to analyze a sentence or a word, or to analyze an action to ascertain its morality.
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To call to mind; remember:
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Intense; directed towards a specific location.
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Preoccupied with something to the exclusion of everything else.
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Firmly fixed or concentrated on something.
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(Linguis.) In some languages, the systematic combining of morphemes into words without marked change of form or loss of meaning
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The act or process of centralizing, or the state of being centralized; the act or process of combining or reducing several parts into a whole; as, the centralization of power in the general government; the centralization of commerce in a city.
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A substance that is in a condensed form.
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The amount of a particular substance in a given amount of another substance, especially a solution or mixture.
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The act of thickening. The process by which something is inspissated.
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An excessive interest in or enthusiasm for some one thing; craze
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An originating point for a phenomenon
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(Physics) The first stage of a phase transition in a small region.
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An organelle in the cytoplasm of eukaryotic cells (all cells except prokaryotes) that contains nearly all the cell's DNA and controls its metabolism, growth, and reproduction. The nucleus is surrounded by a pair of membranes called the nuclear envelope , which can be continuous in places with the membranes of the endoplasmic reticulum. The membranes of the nuclear envelope have interconnected pores that allow the exchange of substances with the cell's cytoplasm. The nuclear DNA is wrapped around proteins (called histones) in strands of chromatin , which exists in a matrix known as nucleoplasm (analogous to the cytoplasm outside the nucleus). Just prior to cell division, the chromatin condenses into individual chromosomes, which contain the cell's hereditary information. The nucleus also contains at least one spherical nucleolus , which mainly contains RNA and proteins and directs the construction of the cell's ribosomes.
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A condition in which transverse waves vibrate consistently in a single plane, or along a circle or ellipse. Electromagnetic radiation such as light is composed of transverse waves and can be polarized. Certain kinds of light filters, including sunglasses that reduce glare, work by filtering out light that is polarized in one direction.
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In ancient and medieval philosophy, the fifth and highest essence after the four elements of earth, air, fire, and water, thought to be the substance of the heavenly bodies and latent in all things.
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To unite, or cause to adhere, as with glue or other viscous substance; to unite by causing an adhesion of substances.
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To bring or call together into a group or whole:
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To be present, as at a scheduled event.
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To center is to focus your argument around or to put something in the middle.
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think
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To apply (oneself) or direct (one's energies) to something
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To apply is defined as to make a strong effort to do a job well.
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To make submit or give in
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To set apart seriously for a special purpose; devote to some work, duty, etc.
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To give one's time, focus one's efforts, commit oneself, etc. entirely for, on, or to a certain matter.
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To communicate, convey, or offer for conveyance:
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To give a rounded form to:
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To edge is defined as to give something a border or to slowly move in a specific direction.
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(Nautical) To strain in heavy seas so that the joints give slightly and the fastenings become slack. Used of a boat or ship.
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the desired mineral that is left after impurities have been removed from mined ore
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(Intransitive) Used other than as an idiom: see boil,"Ž down.
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To extract the essence, flavor, etc. of by boiling
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(Chemistry) To soften by heat and moisture; to expose to a gentle heat in a boiler or matrass, as a preparation for chemical operations.
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(British) Alternative spelling of centralize.
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UK, Ireland, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand spelling of center.
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A space in soil, rock, or loose sediment that is not occupied by mineral matter and allows the passage or absorption of fluids, such as water, petroleum, or air.
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Rivet is defined as to secure things together, especially with a hammer.
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To make less concentrated or centralized.
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(UK) To cause something to change from being concentrated at one point to being distributed across a number of points.
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To bring about the redistribution of (an urban population and industry) to suburban areas.
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