Origin of concentrated
verb (used with object), con·cen·trat·ed, con·cen·trat·ing.
verb (used without object), con·cen·trat·ed, con·cen·trat·ing.
Origin of concentrate
Antonyms for concentrate
Related Words for concentratedrobust, fixed, full-bodied, rich, potent, intensive, fierce, complete, stuffed, total, crashed, hard, entire, lusty, straight, strong, thick, unadulterated, undivided, whole
Examples from the Web for concentrated
Contemporary Examples of concentrated
No wonder we enjoy a story where all the power is concentrated in a few wealthy hands.The Hunger Games Economy
November 29, 2014
In Sonic, the images that show the business of looking messy and a little druggy are all so stylized, serious, and concentrated.The Dark Rock Star Fantasy of Saint Laurent’s Hedi Slimane
September 24, 2014
Unlike the dreary industrial region of Donbass where the fighting is concentrated, Crimea has great potential as a tourist center.Putin's Crimea Is a Big Anti-Gay Casino
September 8, 2014
Who are their prominent policy wonks regularly presenting anti-poverty proposals this concentrated, innovative and wide-ranging?Paul Ryan’s New Plan Is a Good One, Especially for Black People
July 30, 2014
The largest gun-rights expansion efforts were concentrated in the South, while the coasts passed stronger gun control laws.Pediatricians Take on the NRA Over Gun Safety
May 15, 2014
Historical Examples of concentrated
That attack had been repulsed with slaughter, and the brigade was concentrated.
On the 10th, both brigades marched to Ghosam, where they concentrated.
He concentrated until his mind was weary, and his will slipped.The Leopard Woman
Stewart Edward White
It would be better if its whole effect were concentrated on poor Stevie.The Secret Agent
The voice was concentrated upon it by means of a mouthpiece and a diaphragm.Heroes of the Telegraph
Word Origin for concentrate
1883, from concentrate (v.).