Agree verb - To have or come to the same opinion or point of view.
Usage example: My husband and I agree on just about every aspect of child-rearing
Concur verb - To have or come to the same opinion or point of view.
Usage example: I concur with your assessment of the political situation
Both words in one sentence
- The word really just means "agree".(Frank watches a medical drama on television) Doctor 1: Do you concur?
Source: Film / Catch Me If You Can
- In "So Interesting":Russell: That was a great story, I couldn't have thought of a better one myself.Sunil: I concur.Vinnie: I don't, but I do agree.
- They unanimously agree on its superiority, and I must concur.
Source: Spock Speak
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