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CONCUR, verb intransitive [Latin , to run together.]

1. To meet in the same point; to agree.

Reason and sense concur

2. To agree; to join or unite, as in one action or opinion; to meet, mind with mind; as, the two houses of parliament concur in the measure.

It has with before the person with whom one agrees.

Mr. Burke concurred with Lord Chatham in opinion.

It has to before the effect.

Extremes in man concur to general use.

3. To unite or be conjoined, with the consequential sense of aiding, or contributing power or influence to a common object.

Various causes may concur in the changes of temperature.