concomitant definition

  • adjective:
    • Occurring or current simultaneously; attendant. See Synonyms at modern.
    • occurring on top of that as another thing, specially because a very important factor relates to or causes one other, for example. concurrent.
    • associated; conjoined; going to.
    • after or associated as a result
  • noun:
    • one which happens or exists simultaneously with another.
    • One thing occurring or present at the same time.
    • a person who, or whatever, accompanies, or is collaterally associated with another; a companion; an associate; an accompaniment.
    • A thing that is conjoined or concurrent with another; an accompaniment; an accessory; an associated thing, quality, or circumstance.
    • A person who accompanies another; an attendant or a companion.
    • In mathematics, a form invariantively related to a given type or system of kinds.
    • a conference or situation that happens at exactly the same time as or perhaps in connection with another
  • others:
    • associated; conjoined with; concurrent; going to: made use of definitely or followed by with or to.
    • In botany, running hand and hand, as packages that aren't divided by various other bundles.

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