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concentrate

 [kon´sen-trāt]
1. to bring to a common center; to gather at one point.
2. to increase the strength by diminishing the bulk of, as of a liquid; to condense.
3. a drug or other preparation that has been strengthened by evaporation of its nonactive parts.
activated prothrombin complex concentrate (APCC) anti-inhibitor coagulant complex.
prothrombin complex concentrate (PCC) factor IX complex.

concentrate

Chemistry
noun A substance in which the solvent has been reduced to a minimum.

verb To increase the amount of a substance in a solution by evaporation or removal of solvent.
 
Neurology
verb To focus on a particular mental task.

concentrate

verb To ↑ a substance's strength by evaporation or removal of solvent Neurology verb To focus on a particular mental task

Patient discussion about concentrate

Q. Where to concentrate on while losing weight and how? a strongest muscle and largest muscle reduction will help me in losing weight. Where to concentrate on while losing weight and how?

A. why not do a sport that activates more muscles then just one..? running or swimming? those actions work on groups of big muscles and on your heart and lungs system that is very important in order to get in shape.

Q. Does anyone have ideas for ways to overcome concentration problems without depending on medications? I'm reallllllly trying hard to study for my final exams and my ADD seems to bother me every time I touch the desk. Sometimes my thoughts fly out when I only think of how much I still have to study today!!! please- help if you can... I really don't want to start with meds...

A. Omega-3 fatty acids, phosphatidylserine, zinc and magnesium may have benefits with regard to ADD symptoms. i take omega-3 fatty acids every day for the past year and it helped me go threw a ruff year of studying.

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It is better to acquire a reputation for one or two factors which are important to customers and to concentrate upon developing those.
IT'S been said a few times this season that Brendan Rodgers (pictured) likes to treat the season in phases and divide games into batches for his team to concentrate upon.
But those programmes would provide an excellent base that could be used to underpin modules for enterprise in schools and would concentrate upon the practical aspects of learning that are so vital to supplement and bring realism to academic study.
"That tells its own story and we need to answer a few questions at Tiverton as now the league is the one priority to concentrate upon."
"We have come to the decision that the best way to move this club forward is to concentrate upon giving Steve the money to improve his playing staff.''
It stated: 'The delivery side of the chamber's training activities will concentrate upon encouraging new and emerging businesses with individual support for those starting up in business for the first time.
'What I would like is to have a spell when I could just concentrate upon my boxing.
And that led to Addison calling his players together on Friday to ask them to concentrate upon their football, rather than off-thefield affairs, until after Tuesday's match with Plymouth.
The other race to concentrate upon is the 9.35pm over 475m, where Bossy Wade, as unlucky loser as you are likely to see for some time at Canterbury on Sunday, is drawn to reverse last week's top grade form here with Dukes Again.
The Minister advised the students to concentrate upon attainment of knowledge because respect in the society was possible only through hard work.
The area Black wanted to concentrate upon with Walcott was finishing.
Alex thinks the owner should drop his business's four-star pretensions and concentrate upon improving its reviews.

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