concur

definition: 
be in accord; be in agreement; happen simultaneously
sentence: 
The official said the prime minister concurred with White House assertions “that this has nothing to do with the Iran deal.”
Let’s hope your friend is able to see this chat, and that she will concur that $50 a year is a small price to pay.
difficulty: 
very easy
toefl frequency: 
2
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adverb: 
adjective: 
concurrent
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adjective sentence: 
However, the rapid growth in revenues has been accompanied by a concurrent decline in its net profit margin.
The judge immediately imposed concurrent life prison terms without possibility of parole.
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noun: 
concurrence
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The bill now goes to the House for concurrence.