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Synonyms for concentrate

focus your attention on

Synonyms

  • focus your attention on
  • focus on
  • pay attention to
  • be engrossed in
  • put your mind to
  • keep your mind on
  • apply yourself to
  • give your mind to
  • give all your attention to

Antonyms

  • disregard
  • pay no attention to
  • lose concentration
  • pay no heed to
  • let your mind wander

Synonyms for concentrate

to direct toward a common center

to devote (oneself or one's efforts)

Synonyms for concentrate

the desired mineral that is left after impurities have been removed from mined ore

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a concentrated example of something

make denser, stronger, or purer

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draw together or meet in one common center

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compress or concentrate

be cooked until very little liquid is left

cook until very little liquid is left

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Librarians must find out what readers want and concentrate upon providing it.
But first and foremost, we have to concentrate upon our opening match with Slovenia.
The collapse of the Faith in the once strongly Catholic Archdiocese of Glasgow follows a pattern which would be all too familiar to your readers, but as your reporter chose to concentrate upon Cardinal Winning's seemingly unchallengeable pro-life record (see Dec 99, pp.
Most economic and social science models tend to concentrate upon objectives or goals but pay little attention to deciding the optimum rate at which those goals can be attained.
As most studies were retrospective and were based upon non-random samples, it was decided to concentrate upon studies with a lower limit of 50 respondents who were followed-up for at least 12 months after onset of injury.
The initial gold development program will concentrate upon a near surface, open pit, measured resource of 7.
It's the others we've got to concentrate upon -the Lib Dems and New Labour; heroes of the unions and the more dopey working class.
PTEA leaders demanded that Government should concentrate upon some truly visionary steps and address genuine concerns of the industry with innovation and extraordinary solutions in the upcoming textile policy.
IT'S been said a few times this season that Brendan Rodgers (pictured) likes to treat the season in phases and divide games into batches for his team to concentrate upon.
The Governor said that there is also the need to concentrate upon training and coaching of young players and enable them to achieve worthwhile laurels at the national games.
But those programmes would provide an excellent base that could be used to underpin modules for enterprise in schools and would concentrate upon the practical aspects of learning that are so vital to supplement and bring realism to academic study.
That tells its own story and we need to answer a few questions at Tiverton as now the league is the one priority to concentrate upon.
The reporting and stories concentrate upon the low price of beers and so on.
The area Black wanted to concentrate upon with Walcott was finishing.
Management believes the sale of the Cinemas division will enable the Company to concentrate upon the development of its UK Property Channel.