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Definition of "concentrated" []

  • Having had water removed to increase concentration (adjective)
  • Focused and intense (adjective)
  • Not dilute; having a high concentration. (adjective)

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  • Intense; directed towards a specific location. (adjective)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of concentrate. (verb)

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Use "concentrated" in a sentence
  • "Think of the number of products and services that are driven by what I call concentrated attractors - ingredients that, in nature, attract us to what is good for us, but in the economy, are often concentrated to such a degree that they squeeze out almost everything of real value."
  • "The pilots tell the NTSB they looked at the computers during what they called a concentrated period of discussion of scheduling issues arising from the merger of Northwest and Delta."
  • "Did it with what he called a concentrated thought force."