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Definition of "centring" [cen•tring]

  • Present participle of centre. (verb)
  • The act of moving something to the centre (noun)

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Use "centring" in a sentence
  • "The Committee on the Costs of Medical Care, which has just published its final report, has shown wisdom, therefore, in centring its recommendations about that fundamental question."
  • "Questions relating specifically to the authorities' ongoing inquiries, centring on allegations that Terry racially abused Anton Ferdinand during his club's defeat by Queens Park Rangers on 23 October, were blocked by the FA on Monday to ensure the cases are not prejudiced, yet the 30-year-old said he remains focused and ready to lead the side out on Tuesday."
  • "Male relationship woes are sympathetically mocked in this multi-stranded romcom, centring on Carell's near-divorcee and Gosling's flawed pick-up artist."