Definition of 'concentrate'
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Example sentences containing 'concentrate'
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The trouble was that I couldn't concentrate on the documents at all. THE EXECUTION (2002)In the Rhine gorge, however, skippers had to concentrate every ounce of their attention on the water. THE LAST TEMPTATION (2002)Now out of the claustrophobic lift, he was able to concentrate on Hyde. THE LAST RAVEN (2002)
Every debrief, every review of the videotape would concentrate on their performances. THE SHADOWS OF POWER (2002)
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Translations for 'concentrate'
British English: concentrate /ˈkɒnsənˌtreɪt/ VERB
If you concentrate on something, you give it all your attention.
He sat back and concentrated on his driving.
- American English: concentrate
- Arabic: يُرَكِّزُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: concentrar-se
- Chinese: 集中
- Croatian: koncentrirati se
- Czech: soustředit se
- Danish: koncentrere (sig)
- Dutch: concentreren
- European Spanish: concentrarse
- Finnish: keskittyä
- French: se concentrer
- German: konzentrieren (sich)
- Greek: συγκεντρώνομαι
- Italian: concentrarsi
- Japanese: 集中する
- Korean: 집중하다
- Norwegian: konsentrere (seg)
- Polish: skoncentrować
- European Portuguese: concentrar-se
- Romanian: a se concentra
- Russian: концентрировать
- Spanish: concentrarse
- Swedish: koncentrera
- Thai: เพ่งความสนใจ
- Turkish: yoğunlaşmak
- Ukrainian: концентруватися
- Vietnamese: tập trung
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