Concentrate [verb]

Definition of Concentrate:

think about closely

Opposite/Antonyms of Concentrate:

Sentence/Example of Concentrate:

He was trying hard to concentrate his mind upon the sweet and common things of life.

I dont know that I care for chess; I can not concentrate my attention as I could a year ago.

Hence the alternative has been to concentrate the "less eligibility" on the conditions of the pauper's mental life.

They were evidently desirous only of gaining time by negociation to assemble and concentrate their forces.

Citizens, by birth or choice of a common country, that country has a right to concentrate your affections.

On the eighth he began to concentrate his troops, and took measures to find the enemy in order to force a battle.

I do, sir; and at the same time a telegram was sent to the Cossacks of the government of Tobolsk to concentrate their forces.

Concentrate our thoughts on his giving notice, and invite our friends to do the same.

Must I concentrate my mind or keep my thoughts fixed on anything?

Therefore concentrate your work, and aim at quality rather than quantity.