Meaning of “concurrence” in the English Dictionary

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"concurrence" in British English

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concurrencenoun [ U ]

uk /kənˈkʌr.əns/ us /kənˈkɝː.əns/ formal

Examples from literature

  • That this house should be entered by the same avenue, at the same time, and this room should be sought, by two persons, was a mysterious concurrence. 
  • This would require the concurrence of too many favourable circumstances to be calculated on with any confidence. 
  • To gain your concurrence, I relied upon your simplicity, your gratitude, and your susceptibility to the charms of this bewitching creature. 
  • While the whole company were expressing their concurrence with this sentiment, Sam bade them good-night and took his leave. 

(Definition of “concurrence” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)