Definition for concerted (2 of 2)
verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Origin of concert
Related formspost·con·cert, adjective
Examples from the Web for concerted
The WHO report highlights the extent of suicide globally and the need for concerted and diverse prevention initiatives.
It will also take a concerted effort by Muslim, governmental, and other community leaders working together to counter extremism.
For Live Another Day, did you make a concerted effort to not stoke those fires?‘24: Live Another Day’ Showrunners on the Finale, the Dangers of Drones, and Jack Bauer’s Future|Marlow Stern|July 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Grossman documents how the U.S. military made a concerted and deliberate effort to mold more efficient killers.
Worse, it has made a concerted effort in recent years to drive down wages.Henry Ford Understood That Raising Wages Would Bring Him More Profit|Daniel Gross|January 6, 2014|DAILY BEAST
A notable project had been concerted by him and the Board of War for a winter irruption into Canada.
He concerted with two of his favourite companions, but their advice was, "One struggle more of fair means."A Simple Story|Mrs. Inchbald
Such unanimous action presupposes a concerted plan and a powerful leader.History of the Jews, Vol. II (of 6)|Heinrich Graetz
Concerted fire and successful escape were alike improbable; and besides, escape, if feasible, was but throwing up the game.
There is every reason to believe that at that meeting the destruction of the Protestants by craft or by force was concerted.
British Dictionary definitions for concerted (1 of 2)
Derived Formsconcertedly, adverb
British Dictionary definitions for concerted (2 of 2)
noun (ˈkɒnsɜːt, -sət)
- a performance of music by players or singers that does not involve theatrical stagingCompare recital (def. 1)
- (as modifier)a concert version of an opera
- acting in a co-ordinated fashion with a common purpose
- (of musicians, esp rock musicians) performing live