Definition of concentrate:
put up, constellate, agglomerate, build up, digest, center on, decoct, exist, bend, stick out, rendezvous, direct, bring down, pick up, belong, get, sharpen, address, group, polarize, revolve around, reduce, huddle, distill, pay attention, convene, cut down, thin, muster, concern yourself, listen, solid, revolve about, lump, narrow, sign, knuckle down, embody, dressed ore, rivet, medium, turn to, focus on, turn, repress, garner, centralize, bulk, converge, center, cut, boil down, examine, focalise, brook, tolerate, melt off, take, tighten, slim down, conglomerate, centralise, zero in on, aggregate, bunch, keep down, lose weight, agent, bear, coalesce, stomach, sit up and take notice, sign up, dedicate, set, subdue, amass, store, edge, suffer, hoard, congest, give, sit, concenter, concentre, ruminate, assemble, fasten, material, unify, corral, intensify, accrete, stack, stuff, press, accumulate, support, come down, condense, strengthen, gather, deoxidize, scale down, slim, focalize, combine, foreshorten, concentrate on, fix, endure, scrutinize, swarm, drift, ignore, quash, work, slenderize, apply, channel, undertake, lie, trim down, disperse, buckle down, there is/are etc., distil, take notice, dilute, occupy, focus, mass, constrict, sign on, pore, hone in on, deoxidise, collect, subjugate, pile, congregate, round up, matter, abide, wax, cluster, cut back, forgather, stand, squeeze, train, substance, trim back, powder, localize, consolidate, thin out, centre, devote.
- converge (part of speech: verb)
- centralize (part of speech: verb)
- decrease (part of speech: verb)
- diminish (part of speech: verb)
- think (part of speech: verb)
- "Six Short Plays, Complete", John Galsworthy.
- "The Grain Of Dust A Novel", David Graham Phillips.
- "The Guest of Quesnay", Booth Tarkington.