concentration collocations and examples

 UK /ˌkɒns(ə)nˈtreɪʃ(ə)n/

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giving all your attention to something


Adjectives frequently used with concentration
great: absolute, complete, deep, great, intense, total, utterJune had a look of deep concentration on her face.good/bad: good, poorOne of the most common signs of stress is poor concentration.
Verbs frequently used with concentration
make concentration better/worse: affect, impair, improveA healthy diet can improve concentration.
Verbs frequently used with concentration
lose concentration: loseWhen carrying passengers the driver is more likely to be distracted and lose concentration.need concentration: demand, need, require, takeIt is also a work that demands intense concentration from the audience.keep concentration: maintainIt must be very difficult to maintain concentration.keep
2

a large number or amount in one area


Adjectives frequently used with concentration
great, largeThe cliffs are home to some of the greatest concentrations of seabirds in the North Atlantic.
 
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