concentrate[ kon-suhn-treyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF concentrate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONCENTRATE
Darkness is quite unnecessary, but I think it helps one to concentrate.'
The narrowness serves to concentrate the strength and accelerate the work.
But London thwarted her; in its atmosphere she could not concentrate.
He answered: "You're a clever little woman, but my motto's Concentrate."
She shook her head, tried to concentrate her attention, and failed.
It took me two and I had to concentrate my thought by main strength even then.
When Mamie is around I cannot seem to concentrate on my playing.
Naturally, then, our play is to concentrate everything on getting it granted.
The business had been expanding; they would now "concentrate."
Just a single unrelated fact that I used with others to concentrate on.