concurrent

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Concurrent is part of the Academic Word List. It is important for students in college and university.

Adjective[change]

Positive
concurrent

Comparative
more concurrent

Superlative
most concurrent

  1. If two things are concurrent, they happen at the same time.
    The software can handle up to 500 concurrent users.
    He was given six concurrent three-month jail sentences for the attacks.
    Concurrent with the war in Iraq the Americans was the war in Afghanistan.
  2. If two things are concurrent, they agree in meaning.
    The police got concurrent stories from five witnesses.
  3. If three or more lines are concurrent, they are alongside one another (parallel).

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