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concenter

[ kon-sen-ter, kuhn- ]
/ kɒnˈsɛn tər, kən- /
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verb (used with or without object)

to bring or converge to a common center; concentrate.

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Also especially British, con·cen·tre .

Origin of concenter

1585–95; <Middle French concentrer, equivalent to con-con- + centrer to center
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Example sentences from the Web for concenter

  • Supposing it were impossible to concenter in one great museum the whole of these things, where should you prefer to draw the line?

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