concerted

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adjective con·cert·ed \kən-ˈsər-təd\

Definition of concerted

  1. 1a :  mutually contrived or agreed on <a concerted effort> <a concerted agreement>b :  performed in unison <concerted artillery fire> <The slowdown was a concerted action by the workers.>

  2. 2 :  arranged in parts for several voices or instruments <The concerted pieces were interspersed with solos.>

concertedly

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concertedness

noun

Examples of concerted in a sentence

  1. They made a concerted effort to make her feel welcome.

  2. <a victory like that results only from the concerted effort of the entire team>

Origin and Etymology of concerted

see 2concert


First Known Use: 1652


CONCERTED Defined for English Language Learners

concerted

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adjective con·cert·ed \kən-ˈsər-təd\

Definition of concerted for English Language Learners

  • : done in a planned and deliberate way usually by several or many people


Law Dictionary

concerted

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adjective con·cert·ed \kən-ˈsər-təd\

Legal Definition of concerted

  1. 1 :  mutually contrived or agreed upon <the concerted pursuit of lawful…ends — L. H. Tribe>

  2. 2 :  acting together toward a common end <concerted wrongdoers>



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