concordant

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adjective con·cor·dant \kən-ˈkȯr-dənt, kän-\

Definition of concordant

concordantly

adverb

Examples of concordant in a sentence

  1. All three tests have concordant results.

  2. the movie's opening-weekend gross was fairly concordant with box-office returns for that genre

Origin and Etymology of concordant

Middle English, from Anglo-French, from Latin concordant-, concordans


First Known Use: 15th century


CONCORDANT Defined for English Language Learners

concordant

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adjective con·cor·dant \kən-ˈkȯr-dənt, kän-\

Definition of concordant for English Language Learners

  • : in agreement : having the same characteristics


Medical Dictionary

concordant

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adjective con·cor·dant \kən-ˈkȯrd-ənt\

Medical Definition of concordant

  1. of twins :  similar with respect to one or more particular characters—compare discordant

concordance

\-ən(t)s\play noun

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