Definitions of "concur"
  1. Refers to the happening of two or more events simultaneously
  2. Indicates the action of expressing alignment or approval on a matter or decision
How to use "concur" in a sentence
  1. The judge decided to concur with the jury's decision, and the verdict was finalized.
  2. In the meeting, the attorney concurred with his colleagues about the interpretation of the new statute.
  3. The two events were significant, and they concurred, causing a major shift in the legal scenario.

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