concurrent cause

Definition of "concurrent cause"
  1. An event or factor that occurs at the same time with another event or factor and together leads to a particular outcome
How to use "concurrent cause" in a sentence
  1. In the car accident, the icy road and the broken brake were each a concurrent cause of the collision.
  2. The investigator determined that the system failure and the security breach were concurrent causes of the data loss.
  3. Both the heavy rainfall and the cracked dam were concurrent causes of the flood.

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