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[ree-kon-suh n-trey-shuh n]
  1. the act of concentrating again.
  2. the state of being concentrated again.
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Origin of reconcentration

First recorded in 1895–1900; re- + concentration
Dictionary.com Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2018

Examples from the Web for reconcentration

Historical Examples of reconcentration

  • 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.