verb (used without object), con·curred, con·cur·ring.
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OTHER WORDS FROM concurcon·cur·ring·ly, adverbpre·con·cur, verb (used without object), pre·con·curred, pre·con·cur·ring.un·con·curred, adjectiveun·con·cur·ring, adjective
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Ashley Rose, a marketing manager at Sonkin’s startup, i-BrainTech, concurs.
Romney said he concurred with Paul on the issueAsked about the nuts and bolts of the wording of the Equality Act, including whether he’d rule out any changes to accommodate concerns from Republicans like Paul and Romney, Merkley hedged.Sen. Merkley hints at support for scrapping filibuster to pass Equality Act|Chris Johnson|February 24, 2021|Washington Blade
Had he been competently represented, the jury might well have failed to concur on a death sentence.How the U.S. Justice System Screws Prisoners with Disabilities|Elizabeth Picciuto|December 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I disagree with Spencer on pretty much everything imaginable, but I concur on this.American Racist Richard Spencer Gets to Play the Martyr in Hungary|James Kirchick|October 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
You write “There is nothing incongruous about educated, ambitious women wanting to be wives and mothers,” and I completely concur.Dear Princeton Mom, Stop Telling Me To Husband-Hunt|Emily Shire|February 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Reminded of that revving motor down in Dixie, I have to concur.
All military experts concur that Syria has significant air defense systems, which Libya did not.
All the best authorities concur in the uncertain properties of the salts of gold.
His companion, who appeared to concur in this, glanced with evident regret at the six dollars which still lay beside him.The Gold Trail|Harold Bindloss
In England, both government and people concur in this improvement.
Though the English historians all concur in her praise, they seem to know very little of her.
The question is, what is the probability that a statement, in which they both concur, will be true.A System of Logic: Ratiocinative and Inductive|John Stuart Mill