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re·con·cen·trate | \ (ˌ)rē-ˈkän(t)-sən-ˌtrāt , -ˌsen- \
reconcentrated; reconcentrating; reconcentrates
1 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 2 transitive : to subject to reconcentration (see reconcentration sense 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