To direct toward or come together at a common center.(verb-transitive)
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Use "concenter" in a sentence
"It is certain he had a way of bringing it into less form for the many sudden causes he had to do with in the streets; but how he contrived to correct, sweeten, concenter, and qualify it — I vex not my spirit with the inquiry."
"Let my Views concenter, and terminate in one focus, in one Point, a great, useful, lawyer virtuous Lawyer."
"As the attributes of the poets of the kosmos concenter in the real body, and in the pleasure of things, they possess the superiority of genuineness over all fiction and romance."