concur concur  /kən ˈkɜr/

Definition(s):

  1. (v) be in accord; be in agreement
  2. (v) happen simultaneously

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Usage(s):

  1. Most insiders would concur with this assessment.
  2. I concur with David Robertson; NYC needs and deserves its own.
  3. Any Canadian teacher should concur! Here it is common for children to be kept in for recess for one or two weeks in winter because of cold weather.

News

  1. Woman sues County for excessive force

    The Hawaii County Council last week authorized Corporation Counsel to represent five police officers facing a federal lawsuit on claims of excessive force during a 2010 arrest. The council also approved, in a 6-2 vote, to concur with county attorneys’ recommendations to indemnify the officers from any punitive damages, Corporation Counsel Lincoln Ashida said Wednesday. South Kona/Ka‘u ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: West Hawaii Today

  2. ‘Love?’ to Explore Jefferson-Hemings Relationship

    Did Thomas Jefferson have an intimate relationship with his slave, Sally Hemings? It’s still a controversial question, now nearly 200 years after the founding father’s death. Today, historians overwhelmingly concur that Jefferson was the father to Hemings’ six children, swayed by recent DNA evidence to support the claim, but when [...]
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Falls Church News-Press

  3. Vicki Shewey: Improvement needed on G Street

    I concur with the letter writer regarding the crosswalk near the G Street undercrossing. I just have
    on June 10, 2013     Source: Merced Sun-Star

Quotes

  1. "No one in the organization is satisfied with our record over the last two years," Redskins owner Dan Snyder said in a statement released by the team. "And I am sure that Jim would concur with that statement. It has been painful for him, too....
    on Jan 4, 2010 By: Dan Snyder Source: ESPN

  2. "I concur with the rationale and recommendation of the Ohio Parole Board and have, therefore, decided to commute Mr. Hill's sentence to a term of from 25 years to life," Strickland said in a statement.
    on Feb 12, 2009 By: Ted Strickland Source: Columbus Dispatch

  3. "We concur that Kurt's hit was late and a result of poor judgment; he was thus penalized and removed from the game by his coaches," Smith and Tressel said. "We do not agree that it was 'pre-meditated' or that he was 'targeting a defenseless'...
    on Sep 28, 2009 By: Jim Tressel Source: USA Today

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