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Borrowed from Latin concurro (to run together, agree).

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concur (third-person singular simple present concurs, present participle concurring, simple past and past participle concurred)

  1. To agree (in action or opinion); to have a common opinion; to coincide; to correspond.
    The jury concurs with the case put forward by the defence lawyer, that the defendant is undoubtedly innocent.
    I do not concur that this is the best way forward.
    We do not concur in that particular point.
  2. To meet in the same point; to combine or conjoin; to contribute or help towards a common object or effect.
    concurring plans
    concurring lines of thought
  3. (obsolete) To run together; to meet.
  4. (rare) To converge.

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  • (antonym(s) of to unite or agree): disagree, dissent
  • (antonym(s) of to meet in the same point):
  • (antonym(s) of to run together): disperse, disassemble
  • (antonym(s) of to converge): diverge

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