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- (intransitive) If you concentrate on something, you use most of your time and work there.
- We concentrated our rebuilding efforts on villages in the North of the city, where most of the damage had been done.
- (intransitive) If you concentrate on something, you think about it and not about other things.
- I went to a quiet room so I could concentrate.
- It's better to look at the big picture instead of concentrating on the details.
- (intransitive), (usually passive) If something is concentrated somewhere, there is a lot of it in that place.
- The fighting was concentrated in a few small areas.
- (countable & uncountable) A concentrate is a liquid such as juice or chemicals from which most of the water has been removed.
- Instead of fresh orange juice, we usually make it from concentrate.