Simple Definition of concur
: to agree with someone or something
Examples of concur
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
“I'm fine for money, Dmitri,” he responded casually. “My needs are very simple.” “Yes,” the Soviet concurred, a tinge of mystery in his voice, “you seem to lack for nothing …” —Erich Segal, The Class, (1985) 1986
For New York, to Mrs. Archer's mind, never changed without changing for the worse; and in this view Miss Sophy Jackson heartily concurred. —Edith Wharton, The Age of Innocence, 1920
We concur that more money should be spent on education.
“I think more time is needed.” “I concur.”
Origin of concur
Middle English concurren, from Latin concurrere, from com- + currere to run — more at car
First Known Use: 15th century
Synonym Discussion of concur
Rhymes with concur
as per, astir, auteur, aver, bestir, Big Sur, Bonheur, chasseur, chauffeur, claqueur, coiffeur, confer, Crèvecoeur, danseur, defer, demur, deter, douceur, du jour, farceur, flaneur, frondeur, hauteur, him/her, his/her, incur, infer, inter, jongleur, larkspur, liqueur, longspur, masseur, millefleur, occur, Pasteur, poseur, prefer, recur, refer, sandbur, sandspur, seigneur, transfer, voyeur, white fir
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