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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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Ferrari has released the first pictures, but it is unlikely that right-hand drive versions will be seen in the UK before the end of the year, with sales concentrating upon the lucrative Californian market first.
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