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concenter

verb con·cen·ter \kən-ˈsen-tər, kän-\

Definition of CONCENTER

transitive verb
:  to draw or direct to a common center :  concentrate
intransitive verb
:  to come to a common center

Examples of CONCENTER

  1. <you'll have to concenter your nebulous thoughts on the subject before even attempting to write>
  2. <most of the local motels have concentered around the theme park, which is the region's biggest attraction by far>

Origin of CONCENTER

French concentrer, from com- + centre center
First Known Use: 1598

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