verb con·cur \kən-ˈkər, kän-\

: to agree with someone or something


Full Definition of CONCUR

intransitive verb
:  to act together to a common end or single effect
a :  approve <concur in a statement>
b :  to express agreement <concur with an opinion>
obsolete :  to come together :  meet
:  to happen together :  coincide

Examples of CONCUR

  1. We concur that more money should be spent on education.
  2. I think more time is needed. I concur.
  3. In Washington, Robert B. Zoellick, president of the World Bank, concurs that only a multinational solution can really work. —Peter Gumbel, Time, 20 Oct. 2008

Origin of CONCUR

Middle English concurren, from Latin concurrere, from com- + currere to run — more at car
First Known Use: 15th century


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