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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishconcurrentcon‧cur‧rent /kənˈkʌrənt $ -ˈkɜːr-/ AWL adjective  1 SCJTIME/AT THE SAME TIMEexisting or happening at the same time The exhibition reflected concurrent developments abroad.2 formalAGREE in agreementconcurrent with My opinions are concurrent with yours.concurrently adverb Because his prison sentences run concurrently, he could be free in two years.
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concurrentUp to 48 concurrent asynchronous lines are available for printers and VDUs.Patients were excluded from further examination after their dyspepsia clinic visit if they had severe concurrent cardiovascular or respiratory disease.Top management views concurrent engineering as something the lower levels learn and apply.A concurrent exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art offers a fuller look at Rothko's work.The functions which may be exercised by parish, town and community councils are nearly all concurrent functions with district councils.concurrent opinionsAmong these hypokalaemia is the most consistent and important finding, and its magnitude correlates well with the concurrent serum theophylline concentration.For the same reason the concurrent use of disulfiram and antidepressants is not indicated.