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What is a sentence for the word concentrate?

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2016-07-31 12:58:09
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Here are some sentences.

Concentrate on what you're doing.

The juice concentrate was on sale.

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He finds it hard to concentrate in class.

I will concentrate on my work.

This Orange Juice is from concentrate.

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I'm trying to concentrate on writing example sentences. This tasty orange juice was reconstituted from a concentrate.


depends on sentence but try 'concentrate'?


Yes concentrate is a verb because it implies you are doing something but it is also not used as a verb such as in this sentence.


Don't pester me I'm trying to concentrate


These records concentrate on archeology with some overlap into cognate fields.


its actually a science term so say it as a noun. Ex:Deffusion is the movement of a area of low concentrate to an ares of high concentrate.


The word concentrate can be used as a noun or as a verb, like this:I'm trying to concentrate (verbusage) on mixing this orange juice concentrate(nounusage).Some people use a magnifying glass to concentratethe rays of the sun. (verbusage)When concrete hardens, it becomes a concentrate. (nounusage)Jacob had to concentrate on his test so that he would get a good grade. (verbusage)The orange juice concentrate requires two cups of water to be ready to drink. (nounusage)


Here is an example sentence with the word 'drowsy':I was feeling drowsy, and the temptation to fall asleep was growing with every second, but I forced myself to open my eyes wide and concentrate on the lesson.


The word 'concentrate' is a noun as a word for product that has been reduced in volume or bulk by the removal of liquid.The noun forms of the verb to concentrate are concentrator, concentration, and the gerund, concentrating.


"During her speech, she [gesticulated] so much that I could hardly concentrate on what she was saying." She [waved and gestured with her hands and arms] ...


The diminution of the value of stocks worried him. This is a sample sentence using the word diminution.


No but the word concentrated is


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I never concentrated in any of the English classes.


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The root verb is concentrate


concentrate decide, choose


You just used it in a sentence! 'What is a sentence for the word perjury?' is a sentence with the word perjury!


I found it hard to concentrate on what the speaker was saying because of his bulbous nose.


Think. Cogitate. Concentrate. Contemplate.


The past participle is concentrated.


Concentrate as in mind concentration is ध्यान केन्द्रित करना dhyān kēndrit karna चित्त एकाग्र करना citta ēkāgra karanā As in concentrate solution गाढ़ा gaada


the third word in that sentence is "the" but if you are trying to be smart, there is no third word in "this sentence"



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