transitive + intransitive
: to concentrate further or again
- … larger concerns over reconcentrating poverty from one area of the city to another.
- —Antonio Olivo
- If the glass broke down, the plutonium could reconcentrate, form a critical mass and carry on a nuclear chain reaction.
- —C. Claiborne Ray
: to subject to reconcentration (see reconcentration 2)
- … the available data … indicate that 295,357 Cubans were reconcentrated, not counting those in the province of Havana, which supplied no data.
- —John Lawrence Tone