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A.Word.A.Daywith Anu Garg
verb intr.: To agree, approve, or coincide.
From Latin concurrere (to run together, meet, or coincide), from con- (with) + currere (to run). Ultimately from the Indo-European root kers- (to run), which also gave us car, career, carpenter, occur, discharge, caricature, au courant, cark, discursive, and succor. Earliest documented use: 1522.
“The court did not concur with the tenant ... and issued a judgment both against the tenant and his guarantor.”
George Coucounis; Terminating Tenancy Agreements and Giving Notice; Cyprus Mail (Nicosia); Apr 30, 2017.
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