concur with (one) on (someone or something)

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concur with (one) on (someone or something)

To agree with one about a particular issue, idea, or person. Have you concurred with John on this yet, or are you two still deciding on a recipient for the scholarship? I have concurred with the rest of the committee on the recipient of the scholarship.
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All Bills for raising Revenue shall originate in the House of Representatives; but the Senate may propose or concur with Amendments as on other Bills.
Concurring opinion by Draper III, J.; "I concur with the principal opinion's holding Nicholas Grado (hereinafter, "Grado") has a constitutional right to effective assistance of counsel in proceedings to commit him pursuant to the Sexually Violent Predator Act (hereinafter, "the Act").
Both the Senate and the House of Representatives must concur with the proclamation for conferment of the award.
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separately, explaining, "[t]hough I concur with the other judges of