concurrent definition

  • adjective:
    • Happening simultaneously as another thing. See Synonyms at contemporary.
    • Operating or acting in conjunction with another.
    • satisfying or maintaining fulfill on exact same point; convergent.
    • becoming relating; unified.
    • taking place at the same time; multiple.
    • of the same duration; contemporary.
    • operating along side one another on parallel classes; moving together in space.
    • Involving one or more thread of calculation.
    • Acting in tandem; agreeing in the same work or viewpoint; leading to exactly the same event or impact; co√∂perating.
    • Conjoined; connect; concomitant; existing or happening at exactly the same time.
    • Joint and equal in expert; using cognizance of similar questions; operating on a single things.
    • satisfying within one point.
    • occurring or running on top of that
  • noun:
    • a person who, or whatever, concurs; a joint or contributory cause.
    • One pursuing the exact same training course, or searching for exactly the same items; ergo, a rival; an opponent.
    • One of the supernumerary days of the entire year over fifty-two total days; so called since they concur with the solar pattern, this course of which they follow.
    • a person who, or whatever, concurs; a joint or contributory cause.
    • One following equivalent program, or searching for the exact same things; thus, a rival; an opponent.
    • one of several supernumerary times of the entire year over fifty-two full weeks; -- so named since they agree with the solar power period, the course that they follow.
    • a person who concurs; one agreeing with or like another in opinion, activity, occupation, etc.
    • In English legislation, particularly, one that accompanies a sheriff's officer as experience or assistant.
    • That which concurs; a joint or contributory thing.
    • One having an equal claim or shared right.
    • A rival claimant or adversary; a competitor.
    • a single day, or in the case of leap-year the two days, required to be included with fifty-two months to really make the civil year match using solar: so named since they agree with the solar power period, whoever course they follow.
  • others:
    • Meeting in a place; driving through a typical point.
    • Concurring, or acting in conjunction; agreeing in identical act; leading to similar occasion or effect; operating with; coincident.
    • Conjoined; combined; concomitant; c√∂rdinate; combined.

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