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Date: 1300-1400
Language: Latin
Origin: concurrere, from com- ( COM-) + currere 'to run'

concur

verb
     
con‧cur past tense and past participle concurred, present participle concurring [intransitive] formal
1 to agree with someone or have the same opinion as them
concur with
The committee largely concurred with these views.
2 to happen at the same time [= coincide]
concur to do something
Everything concurred to produce the desired effect.

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