Examples of concur in a Sentence
- 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.”
Auntie Margaret doesn’t concur on that one. My mother expands, What was that woman thinking letting her daughter go to the store at eight o’clock at night? —“Part Twenty-six” P. 149, GIRLS OF TENDER AGE, Mary-Ann Tirone Smith, Free Press, New York 2006
The sequence of events that resulted in Starr's referral followed from a similarly light-minded use of words. When Paula Jones brought a frivolous lawsuit against the President of the United States, the Supreme Court unanimously concurred in the opinion that any elitist distinction between a sitting president and a Washington cabdriver was anti-democratic. —"Notebook" P. 12, Lewis H. Lapham, HARPER'S MAGAZINE Vol. 297 No. 1782, November 1998
Recent Examples of concur from the Web
In a motion filed Tuesday, Hydro’s lawyers cited federal environmental watchdog Ibama and the Para state regulator as concurring with their analysis.
Plaintiffs now wait for a decision from the Arizona Supreme Court to see if the case will be allowed to move forward in Maricopa County Superior Court, concurring with a court of appeals opinion.
Experts resoundingly concur that cessation of smoking will have an enormously beneficial effect on short-term, and especially, long-term ocular health and quality of vision.
To end the legislative special elections, the House must concur with Glover's Senate bill, then the bill must receive Ivey's approval before the final step.
DeSimone, Mill’s then-lawyer, appeared to concur with their assessment of Mack.
Thursday’s Court of Special Appeals opinion, obtained by PEOPLE, concurred.
The committee concurred after hearing testimony from law enforcement representatives who are concerned about difficulties enforcing the bill as written.
Similarly, Eric Goldman, a law professor at Santa Clara University, largely concurred.
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see eye to eye;
Synonym Discussion of concur
- on some points we all can agree
- if my wife concurs, it's a deal
- their wishes coincide exactly with my desire
CONCUR Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of concur for English Language Learners
: to agree with someone or something
CONCUR Defined for Kids
Definition of concur for Students
- … those measures of life, which nature and Providence concurred to present me with …
- —Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe
- The two judges concurred.
Word Root of concur
legal Definition of concur
- he shall have power…to make treaties, provided two-thirds of the Senators present concur
- —U.S. Constitution art. II
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