verb (used with or without object), con·cen·tred, con·cen·tring. Chiefly British.
verb (used with or without object)
Origin of concenter
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Historical Examples of concentre
Thus they interrupted the course of liberty only to improve, to concentre, to advance its results.Athens: Its Rise and Fall, Complete
Whenever we concentre the mind on one sole object, that object and life itself must go together.The Map of Life
William Edward Hartpole Lecky
That widespread enchantment seemed to concentre and embody itself mysteriously in her; she became its living manifestation.Toilers of the Sea
It is imagined that they will shortly evacuate and concentre their forces at New York.
I know now where they ought to concentre, and with the blessing of God, they shall there all tend.The Poetical Works of Henry Kirke White
Henry Kirke White