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English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. A concentrated example of something.
  2. A concentrated form of a foodstuff; the bulk is reduced by removing water.
  3. The desired mineral that is left after impurities have been removed from mined ore.
(动) As a verb
  1. Cook until very little liquid is left.
  2. Be cooked until very little liquid is left.
  3. Make denser, stronger, or purer.
  4. Make more concise.
  5. Compress or concentrate.
  6. Make central.
  7. Direct one's attention on something.
  8. Draw together or meet in one common center.
Part of Speech(及物的动) transitive verb, (不及物的动) intransitive verb, (名) noun
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集中jízhōngto concentrate; to centralize; to focus; centralized; concentrated; to put together
集结jíjiéto assemble; to concentrate; to mass; to build up; to marshal
浓缩nóngsuōto concentrate (a liquid); concentration; espresso coffee; abbr. for 意式浓缩咖啡
凝集níngjíto concentrate; to gather; (biology) to agglutinate
浓集nóngjíto concentrate; to enrich
贯注guànzhùto concentrate
运神yùnshénto concentrate; to think what you're doing
专心zhuānxīnto concentrate; absorption; concentration; engrossed
凝缩níngsuōto condense; to concentrate; compression; concentration
精矿jīngkuàngrefined ore; concentrate
zhōngvariant of ; handleless cup; goblet; to concentrate; variant of ; (Chinese surname)
孜孜不倦zīzī bùjuànlit. diligent and never slacking (idiom); continuous concentrated effort; assiduous (in study); to concentrate
zhùto inject; to pour into; to concentrate; to pay attention; stake (gambling); measure word for sums of money; variant of
精选jīngxuǎncarefully chosen; handpicked; best of the bunch; choice (product); concentration (mining); to concentrate; to winnow
着眼zhuóyǎnto have one's eyes on (a goal); having something in mind; to concentrate
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