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Difference between Concentrate at something and Concentrate on something

concentrate at something—(of troops) gather in force at a certain place:

  • Most of our forces have concentrated at the bridge.

concentrate on something

1. (of troops) gather in force on a certain place:

  • The Sardinian troops concentrated on the heights.

2. give one’s full attention and thought to smth.:

  • We must concentrate on finding ways to reduce costs.