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reconcentration

[ ree-kon-suhn-trey-shuhn ]

noun

  1. the act of concentrating again.
  2. the state of being concentrated again.


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Word History and Origins

Origin of reconcentration1

First recorded in 1895–1900; re- + concentration

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Example Sentences

But his left was still shaky, his reserves were not yet up and his reconcentration was incomplete.

It was the awful policy of “reconcentration” that stretched the forbearance of the people of this country to the breaking point.

This local enrichment of the vein is due to the reconcentration of its metalliferous ores.

Moreover, there was a large number of Americans in the island who were made to suffer from the policy of reconcentration.

No person within the reconcentration zones was permitted to go outside thereof—cross the dead line—without a written pass.

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