[ree-kon-suh n-trey-shuh n]
- the act of concentrating again.
- the state of being concentrated again.
Origin of reconcentration
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The reconcentration has left large numbers of children on the streets.Industrial Cuba
Robert P. Porter
However, there is nothing about reconcentration in that order.
Weyler instituted the brutal policy that came to be known as reconcentration.Cuba, Old and New
Albert Gardner Robinson
He then goes on to state that to meet it he applied the reconcentration tactics.
It was the awful policy of “reconcentration” that stretched the forbearance of the people of this country to the breaking point.Famous Men and Great Events of the Nineteenth Century