noun, plural con·cours [French kawn-koor; English kong-koo rz] /French kɔ̃ˈkur; English kɒŋˈkʊərz/.
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And then it is only every four years that there is a 'concours' for admission.
But, wicked as Caffie may be, I believe that I shall accept the concours that he offered me.
One morning we went to the Concours de Violons at the Conservatoire.
In 1809, the concours of Ypres celebrated a hero of the country.
The events which attracted the greatest interest were the Concours daddresse, and the pig-sticking.Castles and Chateaux of Old Navarre and the Basque Provinces
from French concours (16c.) "assemblage of things brought together," also "contest" (see concourse). Usually in English in phrase concours d'elegance.