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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.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.


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.
verb To focus on a particular mental task.
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verb To ↑ a substance's strength by evaporation or removal of solvent Neurology verb To focus on a particular mental task
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has exported antimony-containing ore and concentrate without a license for a total amount of more than 6.2 million soms.
A trained sensory panel documented the aroma profiles of the concentrates in duplicate.
The biggest recent improvements in concentrates come from the two main mineral suppliers, Omya and Imerys, which have developed new grades with narrower particle-size distribution and surface coatings specifically for film.
More than half a million tons of grapes head into the concentrate stream in California every year, and 25 million gallons of concentrate come out.
The overviews concentrate on the metal chemistry and metallic mineralogy of the shales and are illustrated by maps showing the aerial extent of the shales and the locations of mines or high metal contents.
Soy protein concentrates, which are composed almost entirely of protein and dietary fiber, can range from 65 percent to 90 percent protein.
Malkki makes his concentrate by grinding whole oats in a mix of water and alcohol, then washing away most of the starch and oil.
LDPE-based foaming-agent concentrates specially designed for thin blown, cast, or coextruded films.
Grape juice concentrate increased in California to approximately 462,000 tons in 1991, accounting for 28% of the San Joaquin Valley crush (Districts 12, 13, 14).
In Winston's design, a parabolic mirror focuses light into a roughly cone-shaped "light funnel" that concentrates the light further (see diagram).
Dialysis concentrates contain a mixture of glucose, electrolytes, and purified water.
Summary: Corn gluten feed concentrates is a product of wet milling industry, which produces starch, sweeteners, oil, and high fructose syrup.