concurrence

[kuhn-kur-uhns, -kuhr-]
noun
1.
the act of concurring.
2.
accordance in opinion; agreement: With the concurrence of several specialists, our doctor recommended surgery.
3.
cooperation, as of agents or causes; combined action or effort.
4.
simultaneous occurrence; coincidence: the concurrence of several unusual events.
5.
Geometry. a point that is in three or more lines simultaneously.
6.
Law. a power equally held or a claim shared equally.
7.
Archaic. competition; rivalry.
Also, concurrency (for defs 1–4).


Origin:
1515–25; < Medieval Latin concurrentia. See concurrent, -ence

preconcurrence, noun
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concurrence (kənˈkʌrəns)
 
n
1.  the act of concurring
2.  agreement in opinion; accord; assent
3.  cooperation or combination
4.  simultaneous occurrence; coincidence
5.  geometry a point at which three or more lines intersect

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concurrence
1520s, from M.L. concurrentia, from concurrere (see concur).
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Example sentences
Repealing term limits without the public's concurrence will undermine that
  credibility.
But the concurrence unsettles the widespread and intuitive belief that violent
  crime will rise during times of economic distress.
It's a rough terrain, with a lot of work and concurrence and too often ignored
  by society.
But there is no concurrence over how deep or how long.
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