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Sentence count:115+3 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-24Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: combinedconjunctconjunctivecooperativeunitedSimilar words: concertdisconcertingconcernconvertedconcernedconcerninggoing concernconceitedMeaning: [kən'sɜːtɪd]  adj. involving the joint activity of two or more. 
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1. The richer countries of the world should take concerted action to help the poorer countries.
2. There has been a concerted campaign against the proposals.
3. He's making a concerted effort to improve his appearance.
4. The D-Day invasion was a concerted exercise by the armed forces of Britain, the US and Canada.
5. She has begun to make a concerted effort to find a job.
6. He made a concerted effort to win me away from my steady, sweet but boring boyfriend.
7. We need to make a concerted effort to finish on time.
8. Jack has made a concerted effort to improve his behaviour.
9. But a concerted effort has begun to improve the quality of the urban air.
10. Libraries have made a concerted effort to attract young people.
11. With one concerted effort, they heaved the boar out of the water and up on to the bank.
12. However, with a concerted effort, this research could be completed within 2 years.
13. As part of a concerted effort to reinvigorate residential communities, 2, 000 new houses have sprung up since 1990.
14. Leicester, scoring only once more despite concerted attacks, were left to ponder on what might have been.
15. There should be a concerted programme to change the knife-carrying ethos in schools.
16. But such concerted action could also mark the beginning of a more strategic formof cooperation.
17. She has also made a concerted effort to improve her knowledge.
18. But the most concerted challenge was manifest in struggles waged by the unemployed around the poor law.
19. A global concerted effort is required to avert a global health crisis.
20. Courtland County officials have made a concerted effort to raise the standards of education.
21. However, contrasts in personal style between chairmen inhibited concerted action on some matters and helped Citrine.
22. Martin Parry, author of the report, says it's time for concerted action by world leaders.
23. These techniques are not freely available everywhere, but with concerted effort they could be.
24. Alternatively, an apparent readiness to change may conceal an intention to resist in concerted action with others.
25. I simply do not have the manpower to make arrests in the teeth of such concerted action.
26. The burnished copper shone bravely, having only the previous night survived unscathed a particularly concerted attack upon its person.
27. The Movement recognised this, as it also recognised that administrative pressures were working against a concerted attempt to preserve religious unity.
28. Companies can perish before key power holders respond with concerted action.
28. Wish you will love and make progress everyday!
29. The commune provided some marginal bargaining power for the peasantry since concerted resistance could not be lightly dismissed.
30. But if the nation's children are to get the education they deserve, concerted action may be needed.
More similar words: concertdisconcertingconcernconvertedconcernedconcerninggoing concernconceitedbe concerned aboutconcentration campdivertedassertedinverteddeserteduncertainuncertaintysconcecontortedconcedeconcealconceptconceitconceiveensconceconcealedconceptionconcealingconcessionconceptualmisconceive
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