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concomitant

noun [C] uk   /kənˈkɒm.ɪ.tənt/  us   /-ˈkɑː.mə.t̬ənt/ formal
something that happens with something else and is connected with it: Loss of memory is a natural concomitant of old age.

concomitant

adjective uk   /kənˈkɒm.ɪ.tənt/  us   /-ˈkɑː.mə.t̬ənt/ formal
happening and connected with another thing: Any increase in students meant a concomitant increase in funding.
concomitantly
adverb uk   us   /-li/
Translations of “concomitant”
in Chinese (Traditional) 同時發生的事, 伴隨物…
in Chinese (Simplified) 同时发生的事, 伴随物…
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