con-current

concurrent

[kuhn-kur-uhnt, -kuhr-]
adjective
1.
occurring or existing simultaneously or side by side: concurrent attacks by land, sea, and air.
2.
acting in conjunction; cooperating: the concurrent efforts of several legislators to pass the new law.
3.
having equal authority or jurisdiction: two concurrent courts of law.
4.
accordant or agreeing: concurrent testimony by three witnesses.
5.
tending to or intersecting at the same point: four concurrent lines.
noun
6.
something joint or contributory.
7.
Archaic. a rival or competitor.

Origin:
1375–1425; late Middle English (< Middle French) < Latin concurrent- (stem of concurrēns, present participle of concurrere to run together; see concur); see con-, current

concurrently, adverb
preconcurrent, adjective
preconcurrently, adverb
unconcurrent, adjective
unconcurrently, adverb
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concurrent (kənˈkʌrənt)
 
adj
1.  taking place at the same time or in the same location
2.  cooperating
3.  meeting at, approaching, or having a common point: concurrent lines
4.  having equal authority or jurisdiction
5.  in accordance or agreement; harmonious
 
n
6.  something joint or contributory; a concurrent circumstance or cause
 
con'currently
 
adv

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concurrent
1495, from L. concurrentem, prp. of concurrere (see concur). Related: Concurrency (1590s); concurrently (1640s). Concurrent jurisdiction is recorded from 1767.
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