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Meanings of Concentrates:

verb

Focus all one's attention on a particular object or activity.

Usage examples:

She couldn't concentrate on the film
noun

A substance made by removing or reducing the diluting agent; a concentrated form of something.

Usage examples:

Apple juice concentrate

Concentrating

ˈkɒn.sən.treɪt

Meanings of Concentrating:

verb

Focus all one's attention on a particular object or activity.

Usage examples:

She couldn't concentrate on the film
noun

A substance made by removing or reducing the diluting agent; a concentrated form of something.

Usage examples:

Apple juice concentrate

Concentration

ˌkɒn.sənˈtreɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Concentration:

noun

The action or power of focusing all one's attention.

Usage examples:

She was frowning in concentration

Concentrations

ˌkɒn.sənˈtreɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Concentrations:

noun

The action or power of focusing all one's attention.

Usage examples:

She was frowning in concentration

Meanings of Concentrativeness:

noun

Originally and chiefly in phrenology: the organ or faculty of concentration; concentrative quality or ability.

Concentrator

ˈkɒn.sən.treɪ.tər

Meanings of Concentrator:

noun

A device for concentrating (= increasing the strength of) a substance by removing or reducing the amount of something such as water, or by collecting particular atoms or molecules together

Usage examples:

She uses an oxygen concentrator to make it easier to breathe., the company will build at least 50 a…

Meanings of Concentre:

verb

Concentrate (something) in a small space or area.

Usage examples:

The property of this country is concentred in a very few hands

Meanings of Concentred:

verb

Concentrate (something) in a small space or area.

Usage examples:

The property of this country is concentred in a very few hands

Meanings of Concentric:

adjective

Of or denoting circles, arcs, or other shapes which share the same centre, the larger often completely surrounding the smaller.

Usage examples:

Concentric circles indicate distances of 1 km, 2 km, and 3 km from the centre

Meanings of Concentrical:

adjective

Concentric.

Concentring

kɒnˈsɛntə

Meanings of Concentring:

verb

Concentrate (something) in a small space or area.

Usage examples:

The property of this country is concentred in a very few hands

Meanings of Concents:

noun

Generally. agreement, accord, harmony; an instance of this.

Meanings of Concentus:

noun

A harmonious combination, especially of sounds.

Concept

ˈkɒn.sept

Meanings of Concept:

noun

An abstract idea.

Usage examples:

Structuralism is a difficult concept

Meanings of Conceptacular:

adjective

Of, relating to, or of the nature of a conceptacle.

Conception

kənˈsep.ʃən

Meanings of Conception:

noun

The action of conceiving a child or of one being conceived.

Usage examples:

An unfertilized egg before conception

Meanings of Conceptionist:

noun

Usually with capital initial. a nun belonging to the congregation of the immaculate conception of the blessed virgin mary. compare "conception".

adjective

Usually with capital initial. of or relating to the roman catholic order of the conception.

Meanings of Conceptions:

noun

The action of conceiving a child or of one being conceived.

Usage examples:

An unfertilized egg before conception

Meanings of Conceptism:

noun

In spanish literature: the employment of conceits in literary composition.

Meanings of Conceptive:

adjective

Relating to conception or reproduction; reproductive.

Usage examples:

Male sexual interest was not related to the conceptive nature of a cycle

Concepts

ˈkɒn.sept

Meanings of Concepts:

noun

An abstract idea.

Usage examples:

Structuralism is a difficult concept

Conceptual

kənˈsep.tʃu.əl

Meanings of Conceptual:

adjective

Relating to or based on mental concepts.

Usage examples:

Philosophy deals with conceptual difficulties

Meanings of Conceptualisation:

noun

The action or process of forming a concept or idea of something.

Usage examples:

Our experience is beyond any conceptualization

Conceptualise

kənˈsep.tʃu.ə.laɪz

Meanings of Conceptualise:

verb

Form a concept or idea of (something).

Usage examples:

Sex was conceptualized as an overpowering force in the individual

Conceptualised

kənˈsep.tʃu.ə.laɪz

Meanings of Conceptualised:

verb

Form a concept or idea of (something).

Usage examples:

Sex was conceptualized as an overpowering force in the individual

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