verb (used without object), con·curred, con·cur·ring.
Origin of concur
Related formscon·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
Examples from the Web for concurs
Wolf concurs that the conceit of the show seems to have everyone but the sex worker in mind.To Catch a Sex Worker: A&E’s Awful, Exploitative Ambush Show|Samantha Allen|December 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Dean, who ran for president pledging to represent the Democratic wing of the Democratic party, concurs.
“I think it's a negotiation ploy,” concurs Randall Bloomquist, a longtime talk-radio executive and president of Bloomquist Media.
Darrell West, director of governance studies at the Brookings Institution, concurs.
Matt Robold concurs when it comes to the merits of the simple daiquiri recipe.
Those who see but halfway into our true interest, will think that that concurs with the views of the other party.
I have also shown how far Naudin concurs in regard to the varieties of the melon.
I started with a view in which Wundt concurs; namely, that child psychology does not exist.The Montessori Method|Maria Montessori
Very large omissions seem to me—and in this, Elwin, no mean judge, concurs—absolutely indispensable.The Life of George Borrow|Herbert Jenkins
The mythical account of the origin of the “giants” concurs with this etymology.Rambles in the Islands of Corsica and Sardinia|Thomas Forester