- con|cur|rent «kuhn KUR uhnt», adjective, noun.–adj.1. happening at the same time; existing side by side: »
The twins had concurrent birthdays.3. working together; cooperating.4. Law. having equal authority or jurisdiction; coordinate.5. coming together; meeting in a point.–n.1. a concurrent thing or event.2. a rival claimant; competitor.–con|cur´rent|ly, adverb.–con|cur´rent|ness, noun.
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con|cur´rent|ly — con|cur|rent «kuhn KUR uhnt», adjective, noun. –adj. 1. happening at the same time; existing side by side: »The twins had concurrent birthdays. 2. agreeing; harmonious: »concurrent ideas. SYNONYM(S): consistent. 3. working together; cooperating … Useful english dictionary
con|cur|rent — «kuhn KUR uhnt», adjective, noun. –adj. 1. happening at the same time; existing side by side: »The twins had concurrent birthdays. 2. agreeing; harmonious: »concurrent ideas. SYNONYM(S): consistent. 3. working together; cooperating … Useful english dictionary
cur´rent|ness — cur|rent «KUR uhnt», noun, adjective. –n. 1. a flow; stream. Running water or moving air makes a current. »The current swept the stick down the river. The draft created a current of cold air over my feet. SYNONYM(S): See syn. under stream. (Cf.… … Useful english dictionary
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con|cet´ed|ness — con|ceit|ed «kuhn SEE tihd», adjective. 1. having too high an opinion of oneself or one s ability; vain: »We heard no more of the conceited boy s great strength after he lost the fight. SYNONYM(S): egotistical, proud. 2. Dialect. full of notions; … Useful english dictionary
con|clu´sive|ness — con|clu|sive «kuhn KLOO sihv», adjective. 1. decisive; convincing; final: »a conclusive argument or reply. The evidence against the burglar was conclusive. 2. Rare. occurring at or forming the end. –con|clu´sive|ly, adverb. –con|clu´sive|ness,… … Useful english dictionary
con|du´cive|ness — con|du|ci|ble «kuhn DOO suh buhl, DYOO », adjective. favorable or helpful (to): »Exercise and proper eating habits are conducive to good health. Comparing oneself with others is rarely conducive to real happiness (New York Times). –con|du´cive|ly … Useful english dictionary
con|fid´ing|ness — con|fid|ing «kuhn FY dihng», adjective. 1. trustful; trusting. 2. Obsolete. trusty; trustworthy. –con|fid´ing|ly, adverb. –con|fid´ing|ness, noun … Useful english dictionary
con|firm´ed|ness — con|firmed «kuhn FURMD», adjective. 1. firmly established; proved: »a confirmed rumor. 2. a) constant or habitual; settled: »a confirmed smoker. SYNONYM(S): inveterate. b) permanent; chronic: »a confirmed bachelor, a confirmed invalid. 3 … Useful english dictionary
con|fus´ed|ness — con|fused «kuhn FYOOZD», adjective. 1. mixed up; disordered. 2. bewildered. –con|fus´ed|ly, adverb. –con|fus´ed|ness, noun … Useful english dictionary